With current political turmoil and tensions escalating, I thought it would be a good time to post this.
Duck and Cover is a public awareness campaign aimed at school children that was shown in schools beginning in 1952. It was a mix of animated and live-action scenes that demonstrated what you should do to survive a nuclear bomb attack. An animated turtle named Bert would take cover inside his shell while a catchy little song played.
Some would say that the advice is naive and laughable and that it would not make a bit of difference in your survival.
It was narrated by Robert Middleton and featured schoolchildren from New York City and Astoria, New York.
Funded by US Federal Civil Defense Administration