The Origins of U.S. Nuclear Strategy, 1945-1953

The Origins of U.S. Nuclear Strategy, 1945-1953

English | PDF | 1993 | 231 Pages | ISBN : 1349606766 | 22 MB

The United States took almost a decade after Hiroshima and Nagasaki to develop a coherent strategy of nuclear deterrence. This comprehensive study by two careful and well-informed historians provides the best explanation we have of why this process took so long; it also suggests the inherent difficulties of relying on nuclear weapons to provide security in the first place. Required reading for anyone interested in the early history of the nuclear era.


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