Fallout shelter supplies at an exhibit in the USA during the Cold War In the late s and early s the Cold War between the USA and the USSR was reaching its peak This is a US Department of Defense exhibit about public fallout shelters In the event of a nuclear strike by the Soviet Union survivors would follow signs to the shelters and remain there until radiation had fallen to safe levels The shelters contained a twoweek supply of food and water and medical sanitary and radiation monitoring equipment some of which is shown here
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