Movies : Documentary : DVD Rip : English
After World War II, American scientists and military
officials conducted numerous atomic tests in the
American Shouthwest; now this incredible documentary
footage (intended for internal use and not declassified
until 1997) comes to light in three essential DVDs.
DVD1: Operation Tumbler Snapper
Despite its effectiveness in the war, little was actually known about an A-bomb's power.
In this series of tests in the Nevada desert, eight bombs were detonated, and the
effects of the blasts were studied, using obsolete WWII aircraft, trees, jeeps, building
materials, military equipment, and small shacks as subjects.
DVD2: Operation Hardtack
- Operation Hardtack - Part 1 - Basic Effects-Structures and Materiel
- Operation Hardtack - Part 2 - High Altitude Tests
- Operation Hardtack - Part 3 - Underwater Tests
- Operation Hardtack - Part 4 - Sub-Kiloton Effects
Seventy-four nuclear bombs were detonated as part of the Operation Hardtack series
of nuclear tests in one of the operations ever to be conducted at both the Pacific
Proving Grounds and the Nevada Test Site.
DVD3: At Ground Zero
- Operation Upshot: Knothole
- Operation Cue: An Everyday Test
- Operation Doorstop: Test Results
- Let's Face It: Test Assessment
This full photographic coverage of the only tests ever conducted of the effects of a
nuclear bomb on a typical American community contains the first-ever compilation of
the full-lenght official documentaries that chronicle the effects of these tests as the full
fury of a nuclear bomb is demonstrated on the typical American home.
NOTE BY UPLOADER;
there's dozens of documentaries out there
but most are made as an afterthought
these were made as it was happening, US military internal films
most of the stuff is filled with VERY technical details of the nature of the nuclear blast and it's various characteristics
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