🎧 The Nuclear Test Veterans with Suzie Boniface
🎧 Dan Snow's History Hit • 23m
Suzie Boniface discusses those who were harmed by the nuclear tests conducted by the British atom bomb, as controversy surrounds the first British atomic test in 1952, and the subsequent testing program. Those who worked on the sites were exposed to dangerous levels of radiation and they have never been compensated by the British government.
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