Video: Nuclear bombs are the deadliest weapons we've ever created because of the destruction they have caused to human life and the damage they leave with radiation and the sheer magnitude of their explosions. The arms race led to more and more testing of bigger and bigger bombs. Here are the largest nuclear explosions in history.
All The Largest Nuclear Explosions In History
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