The British and French government, during the 1950's and 1960's conducted major nuclear testing, in the pacific region, which had affected the lives of many. It is important to note, why did the both of these nations, conduct such tests on foreign soil? Thus, this essay, will explore the different perspectives of why such nuclear experiments were conducted, the attitude displayed by the victims and governments involved, and more important, the environmental and health impact
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to counter any up rising ownership of nuclear weapons by other nations. However, their true desire to do so, with knowing such consequences is still unknown. However, we do know the facts. The facts about the environmental and health of a great multitude, had been impaired due to the nuclear experiments conducted during the 1950s and 1960s. Many have fallen to cancer, and other traumatic health problems that have been incurred upon them.
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