CONELRAD Atomic Hygiene: Cold War Short Subject Films


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The following description is from the 1959 Office of Civil Defense and Mobilization film catalog:

Bob Considine, columnist and newscaster, narrates his experiences in covering the disastrous Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, flood that followed in the wake of Hurricane Diane. He tells us how quick thinking, public-spirited dairymen in the area met the danger of polluted drinking water by providing the public with safe water delivered in cardboard milk cartons. This action proved so effective that dairymen throughout the nation, in cooperation with their local Civil Defense units, are making plans to provide similar service in the event of disaster.



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