Life After Doomsday
A Survivalist Guide to Nuclear War and Other Major Disasters by
Bruce D. Clayton

This is THE best book on the subject of Nuclear war and other major disasters I have ever read. Dr. Clayton walks you through everything nuclear, from effects of air bursts, ground bursts, EMP, to every other nuclear topic imaginable. While famous for its nuclear information, this book is writen as a primer to surviving ANY disaster. Our Motto here at Alpha Group is(as you know) "It doesn't matter what causes the situation, you should be prepared to survive it". This book fits perfectly with that philosophy.

I consider this book one of the "MUST HAVE" books in any survival library. Not only does this book contain fantastic and interesting reading, but with its dozens of charts, lists, drawings and photos, this book serves as an excellent reference on surviving ANY major disaster. It is one of the few reference books I keep in my personal bookshelf beside the computer. When I read this book for the first time I was amazed by what I THOUGHT I knew. I was VERY wrong in many of my beliefs. Even the US government used Dr. Clayton's research to revise their policies in some areas.

Chapters covered include:

  • It's a disaster
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about nuclear war
  • To flee or not to flee
  • Home sweet hole
  • Nobody makes housecalls anymore
    and MANY others that will keep you reading, and more importantly, will keep you alive no matter what the disaster.

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    Would WE Buy It?:
    Yes! It is one of the few books that I consider a "Must have" reference book for survival..

    Technical Specs:
    Size is a big 8 1/2 x 11,
    lots of illustrations, 202 pages.
    ISBN 0873641752

    You can order this book directly from Paladin Press at their website. To visit the Paladin Press web site, or read more about Life After Doomsday Click on the addy below!

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