New Blanket Provides Protection Against Radiation
Gelatin silver print entitled 'New Blanket Provides Protection Against Radiation' taken by an unknown photographer for the Daily Herald, 4 August 1954. 'In the midst of the avalance of terrifying newspaper, magazine and movie reports depicting the searing, crushing fury of the worlds first hydrogen explosion, comes a gleam of hope in the form of an extraoridnary blanket that provides amazing protection against radiation, fire, flying debris and deadly ash during an A-bomb or B-bomb air raid...'
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- The Daily Herald Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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