War and Peace in the Nuclear Age
War and Peace in the Nuclear Age is a 1989 PBS television series focusing on the effect of nuclear weapons development on international relations and warfare during the Cold War. The 13-part series was funded by the Annenberg/CPB Project and produced by WGBH in Boston in association with NHK and Central Independent Television. The New York Times called it "public television's equivalent of a nuclear explosion," praising it as "intelligently conceived and fastidiously balanced."
- UC Berkeley Video Library review
- TIME Magazine review
- New York Times review
- War And Peace in the Nuclear Age on WGBH's Open Vault website
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