Francis Hand, a former Worthingtonite, helped keep the secret of the atomic bomb.
There’s no safety in weakness, reminded this 1945 Daily Globe editorial cautioning people not to get too complacent in times of peace.
No weapon has ever curbed war-making, said James Thrasher in 1945, and the atomic bomb was not likely to be an exception.
Worthington celebrated the end of the war in 1945.
The Nagasaki blast was found to be larger than the Hiroshima one in 1945. As soon as the war ended, news organizations stopped censoring themselves.