"Nuclear Weapons Have Eliminated Large-Scale Warfare" Says Historian
The atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was the horrendous ending to a horrific war. But is there a silver lining? SPIEGEL ONLINE spoke with atomic weapons historian Richard Rhodes about how nuclear bombs limited 20th century violence, US guilt for the arms race, and just how simple it is for terrorists to set off an A-bomb.
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