Horrific scenes of US nuclear bomb tests used by Washington against civilians in Japan

UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — The YouTuber atomcentral site uploaded a video showing horrifying footage of US nuclear tests of the 1953 Nevada bomb. Despite the horror of the scenes, America alone hit civilians with a nuclear weapon.

The series of videos shows the effects of nuclear explosions on random objects, and the heat from the explosions removes the paint from two old sedans and a school bus before the shock wave of the blasts destroyed all cars.

The horrifying footage shows the astonishing effect of a close and high-level nuclear explosion.

Newly recovered videos from the nuclear tests conducted in Nevada more than 60 years ago show how the terrifying force of a Grable bomb can remove paint from the body of cars.

The experimental atomic explosions were carried out at the Nevada Test site of the US Department of Energy in the south-eastern province of Nai from 17 March to 4 June 1953.

The footage shows the effects of four separate tests of the atomic bomb, later dubbed the “dirty Harry.”

Three sections show the moment when the blast melts paint from three separate cars, including a classic sedan and a bus.

Moments later, the car explodes because of the shock of the bomb.

A fourth clip shows an empty tent exploding in the middle of the flames before it is completely obliterated.

The Daily News described the nuclear tests as “tragic and crazy” in the 1953 editorial, but the New York Times reporter considered the tests necessary during the Cold War era.

“As long as we live in an atomic world, we must continue to learn more about this force and how to live it,” he said.

The United States conducted 928 nuclear tests at the Nevada nuclear testing site from 1951 to 1992.

Most of these experiments were conducted underground.

To date, the United States is the only country in the world to have used nuclear weapons against a foreign enemy.

Its long-range B-2 bombers dropped nuclear bombs tested in Nevada on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the Second World War, killing 135,000 people on the spot and injuring hundreds of thousands of others with deformities and burns they had sustained throughout their lives or killed. After a short period of time.

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