- Title: CF873
Mute footage of several hundred GIs seated with backs to camera waiting for low-yield atom bomb to detonate. It eventually goes off in a blinding flash several miles away. Some of the GIs stand up to look at the rising fireball and mushroom cloud but are told to get back down before the blast hits them.
H-bomb tests in Pacific, White House, Eisenhower and Admiral Strauss at a desk, entering building and establishing shots of Strauss at the press conference in March, 1954 where he announced the results of the Castle Bravo tests.
Aftermath of atom bomb strike on Nagasaki. Japanese botanists examine the effects of radiation on plants growing in Nagasaki. Sequence shows the railways and tram cars in operation and rebuilding work in the city with the commentary hoping for peaceful uses for the atom.
- Master Title:CF873