Steel and atomic energy

United Kingdom, 1954

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The story of the part played by the steel industry in the British atomic energy power program. Shows the construction of three new production plants at Springfields, Capenhurst and Windscale. This use of atomic energy is only a beginning - its increasing use for other peaceful purposes will have beneficial and far-reaching effects on the future of mankind.



Frank Green

production company

Ace Films






Black and White

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