A professor teaches children about atomic explosions and various methods of fallout protection.
United States USA Date:1955 Duration:1 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
From the civil defense film "Duck and Cover" in the United States. Children seated in a classroom. A girl child asks a teacher how to detect an atomic explosion. The teacher explains the various kinds of explosions like warned and unwarned explosions . Civil defense soldiers near a radar system. Officers sit and work. A soldier watches through binoculars. Planes in flight. Children play in the school playground. They move inside the building as the alarm rings. People move inside their houses. A young woman seeks help from a man. The man points towards a sign reading, "public shelter" directing the public to a fallout shelter. A car in front of the houses. Animation: Burt the turtle hides when a bomb explodes without warning.
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