A piece of paper telling quietly the horror of the full nuclear war

There are many movies and photographs depicting the horror of war with cruel and terrible portrayal. But sometimes it seems that a piece of paper that is quiet and does not talk much talks about real disaster.

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This was made in Portland City, Oregon, USA, as "Response in Case of Nuclear Attack". "Frank IvancieMayor "from the fact that it was printed during the Cold War from 1981 to 1985.

"Let's calmly evacuate" "Let's not look at the flash directly" In the ordinary precautionary line lined up, the eye catching is "Let's treat people who will dieIt is the seventh.

In war always a familiar person dies, and many suffer and die. It seems like this paper tells us that it is commonplace that we tend to forget.

in Note, Posted by darkhorse_log