Backs to the blast: an Australian nuclear story

Australia, 1981

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A history of the Uranium and nuclear industry in South Australia from 1910 to 1980, including archival footage and contemporary interviews with workers, scientists and politicians. Presents an analysis of the effects of uranium and its products and gives a detailed examination of Radium Hill, Port Pirie and Maralinga. Suitable for lower-mid Secondary students.

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