Possible destruction of the world as we know it
yes it is possible
The invention of the nuclear bomb painted way the mass production of nuclear arms and helped invent nuclear energy
The first nuclear war was World War 2.
Two nuclear weapons ended World War 2.
Yesof course it is still possible!! Why wouldn't it be?
A nuclear war never happened. You may be thinking of the Cuban Missile Crisis when the world came very close to nuclear war.
It may have been considered possible once, as the close of World War 2 did lead to the Cold War, which very nearlly turned into a Nuclear war. However it can be said that any Nuclear war could have it's roots in World war 2 as the Nuclear weapon has it's roots in World war 2. Also if a Asian Communist nation was to start World war 3then that could be traced back to the Cold war and that in itself could be traced back to World war 2. It's all just a matter of perspective, for example; many causes of World war 2 have their roots in World war 1 so any war that could be traced back to the Cold war could then be blamed on events of World war 2 and in turn could be linked to the outcome of World war 1. So their is no yes or no answer as it really depends on how you look at it.
It is thought that World War III will be a nuclear war.
It didn't save the world from a nuclear war. In fact it signalled the threat of it. However, marked the end of World War II.
The World After Nuclear War - 1984 TV was released on: USA: 1984
Nuclear bombs were used in world war II but not in world war I
Yes, World war 3 is a really scary nuclear war.
The Cuban missile crisis brought the world frighteningly close to nuclear war.
WWII boat shaped bows; nuclear subs have cigar shaped hulls.
There were no nuclear weapons in WW1. The nuclear bomb was not invented until WW2.
The world is now a nuclear world.
since world war one many weapons have increased, the world became more nuclear and everyone wanted more nuclear weapons.
Earth became a nuclear world.
Neville Brown has written: 'Nuclear war' -- subject(s): Nuclear weapons, Strategy 'The future of air power' -- subject(s): Air power 'Dissenting forbears' -- subject(s): Family, Genealogy 'Limited world war?' -- subject(s): Limited war, Military history, Modern, Modern Military history, World War III, World politics and government 'The African military balance' -- subject(s): Defenses, Newly independent states, Armed Forces 'History and Climate Change' 'Nuclear first use' -- subject(s): Deterrence (Strategy), No first use (Nuclear strategy)
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