Waffling on about atomic testing harm to Country

The British Government didn’t have the room nor inclination to test nuclear weapons upon their own green pastures, so between 1952 and 1963 our esteemed lackeys the AusGov bent over backwards to support and permit the Pom’s to undertake atomic testing at three locations, Maralinga and Emu Field in South Australia and upon the Western Australian Islands named Monte Bello Islands. Please discover more information by clicking this linky if you want to.

Maralinga | SA History Hub

MA71630010-atomic-test-1400.jpg (994×1400) (nma.gov.au)

British nuclear tests at Maralinga – Wikipedia

The lesser known history of the Maralinga nuclear tests — and what it’s like to stand at ground zero – ABC News

British nuclear tests at Maralinga | naa.gov.au

Maralinga: How British nuclear tests changed history forever – Creative Spirits

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2 thoughts on “Waffling on about atomic testing harm to Country

  1. I have just finished reading Judy Nunn’s Maralinga, it was very interesting and had a slight line of espanage running through it.

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