In the article, "Nuclear weapons", by Scholastic, it explains how Nuclear weapons work, what kinds of Nuclear weapons are there, and what the effects of Nuclear weapons are. This is important information that should be read first. I included this article because it shows a newbie what Nuclear weapons.
In the video, "Animation shows the deadly evolution of nuclear weapons", by TechInsider, shows the evolution of nuclear bombs, what each ring in the fallout does, and how the partial nuclear ban was crucial in stopping the development of Nuclear Weapons. This is important information that should be read second. In included this video because it covers the subtopic of evolution in Nukes.
In the article, The "Hiroshima bombing: what you need to know about the nuclear attack", by the Los Angeles Times, goes over the Hiroshima bombing(which is the central idea) and how it affected the city of Hiroshima. It talks about how President Obama was the only sitting president to go to a missile targeted area and about the radiation of the bombing, and how it affected many civilians. This is important information that should be read third. I included this article because it covers the subtopic in history.
In the article, "What you need to know about North Korea and it's Nuclear program", by History.com, talks about North Korea and it's Nuclear program, which is the central idea. It explains how the two Koreas were formed, how the North became a communist country, and how the North have been living under a one-family dictatorship since the beginning. This is important information that should be read fourth. I included this article because it gives information on North Korea, which is a subtopic.