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Unidentified photographer 
Hydrogen or Atomic bomb explosion 
1959 
  
7.5 x 6.5 ins (185 x 165 mm) 
  
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm 
 
LL/34026 
  
May 27, 1959 is just two days away and if you can believe what Nikita Krushchev says-this Wednesday may be the mot fateful day in your life. It is not beyond the bounds of possibility that you may die.
 
Conferences still are going at Geneva, so there is hope that Krushchev will not make good the past threat he made on Berlin months ago.
 
He said then he intended to pull his troops out of Berlin establishing sovereignty of Eastern Germany. Then, if we failed to observe this sovereignty, it would mean war.
 
The deadline he set is this Wednesday.
 
What would happen to YOU if war does come day after tomorrow?
 
If an atomic missile falls on Oklahoma City this week, could you and your family survive?
 
The answer to that question to a great extent rests on the preparations you make today." 
 

 
  
 
  
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