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This video describes what YOU can do before and following
a nuclear attack. You can greatly increase your family’s and your
own protection.

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**CONTEXT**
THE ELEVEN STEPS TO SURVIVAL
Blueprint for Survival No. 4
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9 thoughts on “How to survive a nuclear disaster.

  1. This is great! Why doesn’t our government in the states, provide
    instructions and fallout shelters? I bet they won’t even tell us when it is
    fine to exit. I don’t trust our government. they don’t care.

  2. nice video, more important now as conditions are getting bad. good idea to
    put emergency radio in a metal box with spare batteries.dust masks are a
    good idea too,so not to breathe fallout dust.

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