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Cover
Edition Notes
Table of Contents
Book Order Form
Foreword
About the Author
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Ch. 1: The Dangers...
Ch. 2: Warnings an...
Ch. 3: Psychologic...
Ch. 4: Evacuation
Ch. 5: Shelter, th...
Ch. 6: Ventilation...
Ch. 7: Protection ...
Ch. 8: Water
Ch. 9: Food
Ch. 10: Fallout Ra...
Ch. 11: Light
Ch. 12: Shelter Sa...
Ch. 13: Surviving ...
Ch. 14: Expedient ...
Ch. 15: Improvised...
Ch. 16: Minimum Pr...
Ch. 17: Permanent ...
Ch. 18: Trans-Paci...
App. A: Instructio...
App. A.1: Door-Cov...
App. A.2: Pole-Cov...
App. A.3: Small-Po...
App. A.4: Abovegro...
App. A.5: Abovegro...
App. A.6: Above gr...
App. B: How to Mak...
App. C: A Homemade...
App. D: Expedient ...
App. E: How to Mak...
App. F: Providing ...
Selected References
Selected Index
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Table of Contents

Foreword by Dr. Edward Teller

6

About the Author by Dr. Eugene P. Wigner

10

Acknowledgements

12

Introduction

14

   

Chapter 1 The Dangers from Nuclear Weapons: Myths and Facts

21

Chapter 2 Psychological Preparations

31

Chapter 3 Warnings and Communications

33

Chapter 4 Evacuation

40

Chapter 5 Shelter, the Greatest Need

49

Chapter 6 Ventilation and Cooling of Shelters

65

Chapter 7 Protection Against Fires and Carbon Monoxide

81

Chapter 8 Water

85

Chapter 9 Food

95

Chapter 10 Fallout Radiation Meters

119

   

Chapter 11 Light

127

Chapter 12 Shelter Sanitation and Preventive Medicine

130

Chapter 13 Surviving Without Doctors

136

Chapter 14 Expedient Shelter Furnishings

149

Chapter 15 Improvised Clothing and Protective Items

156

Chapter 16 Minimum Pre-Crisis Preparations

164

Chapter 17 Permanent Family Fallout Shelters for Dual Use

167

Chapter 18 Trans-Pacific Fallout

188

   

Appendices

 

A Instructions for Six Expedient Fallout Shelters

193

A.1 Door-Covered Trench Shelter

198

A.2 Pole-Covered Trench Shelter

203

A.3 Small-Pole Shelter

208

A.4 Aboveground, Door-Covered Shelter

215

A.5 Aboveground, Ridgepole Shelter

221

A.6 Above ground, Crib-Walled Shelter

228

B How to Make and Use a HomemadeShelter-Ventilating Pump, the KAP

234

C A HOMEMADE FALLOUT METER, THE K.F.M. - HOW TO MAKE AND USE IT

253

D Expedient Blast Shelters

284

E How to Make and Use a Homemade Plywood Double Action Piston Pump and Filter

300

F Means for Providing Improved Natural Ventilation and Daylight to a Shelter with an Emergency Exit

319

Selected References

323

Selected Index

326



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