Biography of an atomic vet

United States, 1981

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A personal account of one man’s involvement in the above ground atomic tests that took place in the United States during the 1950’s. Nick Mazzucco recalls the growing awareness of the massive ignorance and indifference of the government in the acceptance of ‘safe radiation levels’.

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