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Doomsday The day when every living thing on this earth will die and will face the Creator for Judgement Day Many people believe this will happen and soon Possibly New Years Eve the year 2000 But will it happen The world will soon find out Three areas to be looked at are the Cold War starting after the Second World War nuclear war its possibility of reoccurring and the way the media views the threat of nuclear war and finally whether the apocalypse is approaching what the worlds military capability for a nuclear and chemical apocalypse is If Doomsday does come nobody on this earth will be left alive The Cold War began when Franklin Roosevelt gave Eastern Europe to the Russians at Yalta America was only attacked once by Japan This means America fought the war but never felt the effects of it for themselves Roosevelt was not national in his thinking and so the European nations wanted revenge this is when Stalin came into control The first atomic bomb was dropped by the United States on Japan in 1945 This caused fear among Russians and so nuclear weapons became the new technology Russians wanting to be able to defend themselves The Berlin Wall went up Russians controlled West Berlin Britain controlled the northwest America controlled the southwest Two atomic bombs were dropped in total both on August 6 1945 The Cold War did not fully end until the destruction of the Berlin Wall 1990 What would it be like living each day in constant fear Afraid that this day will be the final day in the worlds existence In May of 1998 India began its testing of their nuclear weapons This shows that they are still being made and still in use Although they are not being used in wars there is the threat that something could go wrong The testing area may not be secure something could backfire or the wrong person
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