Inside a Prefab Fallout Shelter and related media

Inside a Prefab Fallout Shelter (0:48)

In a History Rewind video, a new housing development near Denver, Colorado displays the first model homes with built-in fallout shelters. The room is designed with an atomic war in mind, proving to be just what the harried house wife is looking for.

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