Original Edition Published September, 1979,
by Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
a Facility of the
U.S. Department of Energy
Published by the
Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine
Cave Junction, Oregon
Copyright (c) 1986 by Cresson H. Kearny
Cresson H. Kearny's additions to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory original 1979 edition are the only parts covered by this copyright, and are printed in this type print to distinguish these additions from the original uncopyrighted parts. The uncopyrighted parts are printed in a different type of print (like this).
No part of the added copyrighted parts (except brief passages that a reviewer may quote in a review) may be reproduced in any form unless the reproduced material includes the following two sentences: Copyright (c) 1986 by Cresson H. Kearny. The copyrighted material may be reproduced without obtaining permission from anyone, provided: (1) all copyrighted material is reproduced full-scale (except for microfiche reproductions), and (2) the part of this copyright notice within quotation marks is printed along with the copyrighted material."
First printing May 1987
Second printing November 1988
Third printing September 1990
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 87-60790
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The Electronic Edition of Nuclear War Survival Skills was prepared and published by Arnold Jagt.
The book was scanned using an HP ScanJet IIc, OCR (optical character recognition) using Xerox' TextBridge, and cleaned up using AmiPro for the text and a variety of graphic packages for the illustrations and photographs. The purpose of this file is to provide for "on demand publishing" of the contents first, and as an online document second.
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