That Time American School Kids Were Given Dog Tags Because of Nukes

In the early 1950s cities across the U.S. spent hundreds of thousands of dollars outfitting their children with military-style dog tags. Why were we giving kids something that’s usually reserved for people at risk of dying horrifically in the line of duty? Because in the era of duck and cover, kids were on the front…

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