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Golden Apple X-Word#12 by Jack Luzzatto

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Britain, though, and is called Great Britain, but the size is small and the population density there at all, by Russian standards unlikely and unbelievable, so carrying out nuclear tests in the atmosphere (and in another way then do not know how) has set a new British formidable obstacle. To work around it, Attlee had to resort to direct deception. In 1950, at the talks with the Australian Prime Minister Menzies, he (this part of the negotiations was secret and in any communique reflected) said the Australian side that Britain needs a testing ground, and that for this purpose it would be nice to use some desert area in Australia. Menzies immediately agreed and agreed seemingly easy, but easy, and this is easily explained by the same - Australia requested that for the landfill England paid off, not only information on the creation of the atomic bomb, but also built a nuclear reactor in Australia. Attlee went to meet Menzies with equal ease and sides shook hands. However, after testing, when it came time to pay, the British just simply refused to do so, citing opposition to the Americans and the Australians were left holding the bag.

Golden Apple X-Word#12 by Jack Luzzatto

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Author
Jack Luzzatto
Publisher
Bantam
Date of release
Pages
0
ISBN
9780553197907
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Mass Market Paperback
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