Tuna fish being tested and soldiers confronted with simulated atomic bomb explosions in the United States
United States USA Date:1954, March 25 Duration:1 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
Atomic and hydrogen bomb tests' effects in Japan and the United States. Japan: Newsmen and cameramen stand in the Tokyo Medical University hospital. Head of the hospital Doctor Suzuki greets Chief of the Hiroshima atom casualty commission John Morton. The doctors examine the fishermen burned during the Enewetak (sometimes spelled Eniwetok or Eniewetok) hydrogen bomb tests. San Francisco: A crane lowers net of Tuna fish in San Francisco. An official wears belt with a Geiger counter. Food and drug officials check the fishes for radioactive contamination. Fort Devens Massachusetts: The members of the 1st Army Chemical Defense school are confronted with simulated atomic bomb explosions. Soldiers advance through the smoke of explosion.
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