Since Thursday, January 01, 1942

listed in Places the United States has Bombed


This is part of the bomb sites series by elin o'Hara slavick. Also available in book form: Bomb After Bomb: A Violent Cartography.

Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, Massive firing range that for 50 years was the US Army testing ground for some of the most lethal, chemical, biological and nuclear weapons ever made. A slope of mountains to the east is pockmarked with hundreds of fortified bunkers storing enough toxins to eradicate mankind. Ground water is fouled with carcinogens. This was where the cold war was waged, not in battlefields in foreign lands, but n factories, laboratories and testing ranges." - Tony Freemantle, Houston Chronicle "Dugway played a crucial role in the New deal's last great public works project: the incineration of cities in eastern Germany and JapanAs the devil's own laboratory for three generations of U.S, chemical, incendiary, and biological weapons, it has always been shrouded in official secrecy and Cold war myth." Mike Davis, "Berlin's Skeleton in Utah's Closet," Grand Street 69.

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