In August 1945, US Allied forces dropped nuclear weapons on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. After Germany had surrendered in May of that year, after Adolf Hitler’s suicide, Japan and the United States could not come to terms on an unconditional surrender. To this day, the bombing of these two Japanese cities, killing at least 129,000 people, are the only nuclear attacks in history. But that could be set to change.
With Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin both announcing their intentions to expand and update their nuclear arsenals late last year, and North Korea backing up its threats of war to the United States with a nuclear weapons test last weekend, nuclear war is seeming more and more likely.
If, at some point in the next few decades, we find ourselves living out a real-life version of the video game series Fallout, then I’d like to try and survive a nuclear winter in style. Provided I can come up with $17.5 million, this nuclear bunker might help me to do just that.
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