Canadian Military History Gateway
Subject > Politics and Society > Domestic Politics and International Relations
Resource Type > Sound
The Canadian government reacts cautiously to reports that Harry Truman has mentioned using the atomic bomb against communist forces in Korea.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Composer introduces musical piece about the horrors of nuclear fears.
Eric Nicol satirizes government nuclear civil defence plans in this 1958 radio skit.
CBC assesses damage and results of Tocsin B nuclear attack simulation exercise.
Humourist Max Ferguson satirizes nuclear civil defence and suggests funny ideas for coping with the nuclear threat.
CBC program takes a look back at the height of the Cold War era through a series of public service announcements and humour clips from 1959-1962.
In this 1961 radio broadcast, columnist Ron Haggart takes issue with the government's approach to nuclear warfare, and argues for commitment to peace.
In this 1944 radio broadcast, Dr. John Ewing proposes repatriation of Japanese Canadians. He argues that they cannot be assimilated into Canadian culture, and thus must be deported to Japan.
Max Ferguson leads CBC satirical skit about nuclear war and fallout shelters.
The Emergency Measures Organization tests its cross-Canada evacuation plan (in response to nuclear attack) in 1961.