Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About Nuclear Weapons:
Atom Days has an amazing number of multimedia resources on the history of nuclear weapons.
An infographic showing Nuclear Explosions Since 1945
New Scientist has a map showing countries with nuclear weapons.
The Nobel Committee has a “game” on nuclear proliferation.
Radiating Danger: The Spread Of Nuclear Weapons is an interactive from The Washington Post.
Nuclear Armed World is an impressive interactive from CBS News.
Capturing The Atom Bomb On Film is a New York Times slideshow of some pretty spectacular photography from early atom bomb tests. It’s from The New York Times.
“A Timeline Of Nuclear Disarmament” is a slideshow from TIME Magazine.
When We Tested Nuclear Bombs is a series of photos from The Atlantic.
Here is a selection of video clips from the Nevada’s Test Sites historical film archive via The Atlantic:
Interactive: World nuclear club is from Al Jazeera.
A ground zero forgotten: The Marshall Islands, once a U.S. nuclear test site, face oblivion again is from The Washington Post.
Bomb Blasts is a new interactive tool that – in terrifying detail – lets you see the impact a nuclear bomb blast would have anywhere in the world, including in your neighborhood. It also shares information on how the public can learn more about how to reduce the risk of their use.
You will find more infographics at Statista
“Can you survive nuclear fallout?” is the topic of a new TED-Ed video and lesson:
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