Skip to comments.The World War Three Files
Posted on 02/26/2012 1:24:46 AM PST by U-238
March 1981, and inside 10 Downing Street, Margaret Thatcher is confronting the most terrible dilemma any British Prime Minister has ever faced. The news could hardly be worse. Across Britain, tens of thousands of terrified people are streaming out of the major cities. Looting is widespread, while every day brings bomb attacks at railway stations and RAF bases. Abroad, the Red Army has sliced through the Wests defences, using chemical weapons to punch through Natos front lines. Yugoslavia has fallen, and West Germany and Norway are on the verge of succumbing. After four days of Russian air raids, killing hundreds of people in Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester and Southampton, Mrs Thatcher faces the ultimate decision. On her desk is a message from the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, asking for authorisation to launch a nuclear attack across the Iron Curtain. She tells her colleagues that never before has a British Cabinet faced such a grim choice. But there is no alternative and with the world staring into the nuclear abyss, Mrs Thatcher gives the go-ahead. This may sound like the stuff of fantasy. We all know that there was no World War III in March 1981.
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