Apocalypse Then: How 1980s Britain Fretted Over Nuclear ThreatRobert Hutton
In the early 1980s, the world was gripped by thoughts of nuclear war. Soviet leaders were convinced the U.S. and its allies were on the brink of a pre-emptive strike. In Britain, museum officials were worrying about what, in the event of apocalypse, they should do with all their paintings.
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