Title: How to Survive the H-Bomb - and Why
Publisher: J.B. Lippincott, , First Edition
Publication Date: 1962
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
Ex-library hardback w/dust jacket, mylar jacket, tape foxing, white library tape along inside hinges, small brown stain at bottom, standard library stamps, original price in ink front endpaper, card-holder in back, 160 pages, good condition. From the dj flap: "Thermonuclear warfare and its consequences have been a primary concern of Pat Frank's ever since he wrote his first novel, Mr. Adam, published in 1946. Here he presents the essence of his sixteen years of thought and research on how to face such a disaster, psychologically and physically, what we can do to defend ourselves, and what our Civil Defense and other government agencies are doing to help us." Pat Frank's most famous novel is "Alas, Babylon.". Bookseller Inventory # LM12
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