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of radioactive fallout over Alice Springs, Woomera and other towns in. However, Australia's cities might well have survived unscathed if superpower tensions had erupted into a global conflagration, according to a top secret intelligence assessment released by the National Archives of Australia.

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More than three decades after it was written, the Australian government has finally declassified its most secret study of the potential impact on Australia of a nuclear war between the US and the former Soviet Union. Assured destruction Unlike the apocalyptic scenario in author Nevil Shute's novel On the Beachthe Office of National Assessments largely dismissed any danger to the nation from global radioactive fallout or stratospheric distribution of smoke from burning cities.

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Direct attacks on Australian cities were acknowledged as a possibility but the intelligence agency's view was that the Soviet Union ''would probably see Australian cities as low-priority nuclear targets''. The veteran Australian nuclear disarmament campaigner Helen Caldicott was highly critical, saying the agency had ''severely downplayed'' the threat to Australian cities and the risks of global radioactive fallout.

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