Notes on nuclear war

Canada, 1983

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Episode of Series “War”.
This film follows the development of the nuclear arms race from Hiroshima to the nuclear stalemate of today. It examines the Western military-industrial complex and its Warsaw Pact counterpart, and explains how the concept of “limited” nuclear war came to be. Notes on Nuclear War shows the devastating effect of nuclear bombs; American and Soviet physicians describe the medical consequences and the inability of their profession to cope with the casualties. Part six of the seven-part series War, hosted by Gwynne Dyer, examining the nature, evolution and consequences of modern warfare.

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director

Tina Viljoen

co-producer

Michael Bryans

Tina Viljoen

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Duration

00:57:00:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1983

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War

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War

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