On November 1, 1952 the U.S. conducted its first test of a hydrogen bomb at Eniwetok, an atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The 10.4 megaton… read more
On November 1, 1952 the U.S. conducted its first test of a hydrogen bomb at Eniwetok, an atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The 10.4 megaton explosion generated a three-mile-wide fireball. It also left a mile-wide crater with a depth of 175 feet. This is a 1952 film produced by the Defense Department and the Atomic Energy Commission titled, “Operation Ivy.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
1953 U.S. Army Film ICECAP-I
The 1953 U.S. Army Film, ICECAP - I was shown. The film chronicles the story of a U.S. Army Transportation Corps…
Rep. Mundt, who controlled much of the hearings due to the sickness of the committee chair, questioned…
Mr. Chambers and Mr. Hiss appeared with each other before the committee. This was the first House…
Alger Hiss responded to Whittaker Chambers testimony from August 3.