In a Nuclear War? These Puppets Tell You How to Survive

The Soviets have struck against the American homeland, so this farmer and his cow head into their shelter in the barn. It's one scene from a series of nuclear war preparedness public service announcements that the US Department of Agriculture produced in 1965. The basics of what you need to know to survive are illustrated by marionettes.

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If you grew up during the Cold War, then you may have already learned through similar films how to protect your family from radioactive fallout. But if you're a farmer, then you may have livestock to protect. These videos address the needs of farm animals after a nuclear war in addition to those of humans.

-via Weird Universe

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