Imagine if a disaster struck, whether from a military operation or some natural cause. Do you have a plan? What would you do?
This civil defense notebook attempts to answer those questions by giving you an idea of what the government would do in such a circumstance and what you should be doing to help yourself if they can't.
Civil defense is the term we use for the effort to protect a country's citizens from military attack or other disasters. This book outlines the why, what, who, when, and where of what that all entails. Simply put, it takes the reader through the steps of emergency operations from preventing them in the first place to preparing and responding to them when they do occur.
This book will help you to prepare for bombings, military actions, and natural disasters in a way that will keep you and your family safe. It can even be used as a guide for the possibility that the government will not be able to step in. From evacuation to shelter, this book provides all you need to know about civil defense procedures.
- Chapter 1: Development
- Chapter 2: Who Pays?
- Chapter 3: Its Organization
- Chapter 4: Provincial Responsibility
- Chapter 5: Local Responsibility
- Chapter 6: In War
- Chapter 7: New Weapons
- Chapter 8: In A Target City
- Chapter 9: In A Small Town
- Chapter 10: In Rural Areas
- Chapter 11: Why In Rural Areas?
- Chapter 12: Community Resources
- Chapter 13: Natural Disaster
- Chapter 14: How It Operates In Natural Disaster
- Chapter 15: Natural Disaster, A Vital Rural Problem
- Chapter 16: Evacuation – Its Effect On A City Dweller
- Chapter 17: Evacuation – Its Effect On A Rural Dweller
- Chapter 18: Radioactive Fallout
- Chapter 19: Radioactivity – Problem of Modern War
- Chapter 20: Shelters
- Chapter 21: Armed Forces
- Chapter 22: Collective Responsibility
- Chapter 23: Individual Responsibility
- Chapter 24: The Future