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Later, when Zhou Enlai asked the director of the PLAAF Engineering Department about aircraft appropriate for an H-bomb mission, the director recommended the Q-5.
1956 America dropped the first H-bomb from a plane, on Bikini Atoll in the South Pacific
After all, we went unilateral to declare ourselves a Nuclear Free Zone, a stance that always gave me an immense sense of well-being and left me feeling extremely sorry for the poor souls who lived in nearby boroughs who would have been targets in the event of a Soviet H-bomb attack.
Tritium is the "H" in the H-bomb; a mere few grams of this gas will "boost" nuclear weapons, or significantly increase their explosive yield, thereby changing an A-bomb into an H-bomb.
government sues The Progressive in an attempt to prevent publication of the article "The H-Bomb Secret: How We Got It--Why We're Telling It.
For the forty years after the development of the H-Bomb we thought of war as a possible, but terminal, event.
The series of mass applications reflect the efforts by the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations to encourage the government to improve the recognition system, which the survivors' group calls ''too stringent.
Model for a Death Wish Generation (all works 2002), a replica of an early H-bomb, sat like a giant globe, dimly spotlighted and mysterious, in the near-center of the darkened gallery.
Here she and her co-author, Katherine Pyne, analyse the development of the H-Bomb in the 1950s by concentrating on the four trials of the new bomb in the Pacific in 1957 and 1958.
The Department of Energy claimed that Howard Morland's article, "The H-Bomb Secret," contained classified information on how to build a nuclear weapon.
development of the H-bomb until it became clear that the Russians, too, could and would build it.
After six months, the federal government dropped the case, and the article, "The H-Bomb Secret," was published intact.