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Earth Doomsday

Earth, as seen by the Salyut 7, during Doomsday

The purpose of this page is to offer a detailed report of the events of September 25/26, 1983, forever known as Doomsday to the world.

For primary-documentary information, Associated Press reports from that infamous day are available. The times on the chart below represent the time the missiles were launched by the USSR, and not the time the missiles first struck their targets.

WARNING: THIS LIST IS INCOMPLETE. DO NOT ASSUME A LOCATION WAS MISSED JUST BECAUSE IT IS NOT HERE. DO YOUR RESEARCH.

Time of DoomsdayEdit

List of local time of start of Doomsday



Honolulu



Anchorage


Seattle Los Angeles



Denver


Chicago

Dallas

Mexico City

Washington, New York, Atlanta, Havana,
Bogotá, Lima



Buenos Aires



London

Lisbon


Berlin Paris Rome


Cairo

Jerusalem

Istanbul

Moscow

Baghdad

Riyadh

Beijing

Manila

Tokyo

Seoul

Sydney Wellington
14:40 15:40 16:40 17:40 18:40 19:40 21:40 0:40 1:40 2:40 3:40 8:40 9:40 10:40 12:40
UTC-10 UTC-9 UTC-8 UTC-7 UTC-6 UTC-5 UTC-3 UTC UTC+1 UTC+2 UTC+3 UTC+8 UTC+9 UTC+10 UTC+12

Strikes in North AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

  • Calgary, AB
  • CFB Gagetown, in New Brunswick
  • CFB North Bay (North Bay, ON)
  • Edmonton, AB (Strikes over both the city itself and CFB Edmonton)
  • Halifax, NS
  • Hamilton, ON
  • Montreal, QC (Strikes over Laval and Montreal itself)
  • Ottawa (Federal Capital)
  • Québec City, QC
  • Regina, SK
  • Toronto, ON (Strikes over the downtown core and the suburb of Mississauga)
  • Vancouver, BC (Strikes over the suburb of New Westminster and the city itself)
  • Windsor, ON (Destroyed by strikes in and around Detroit)
  • Winnipeg, MB

CubaEdit

CubaNuked

The nuked ruins of Santiago de Cuba

  • Havana
  • Santiago

PanamaEdit

  • Howard Air Force Base (Panama City)

Puerto RicoEdit

  • Roosevelt Roads Naval Station (Ceiba)

GreenlandEdit

  • Thule Air Base/Pituffik Airport

United StatesEdit

See also: Doomsday by U.S. state and the 2009 WCRB report on the southern United States

83DD-Nuked Sites

Selected Targets

  • Aberdeen Proving Grounds (Aberdeen, MD)
  • Abilene, TX
  • Albany, NY
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Alexandria, LA
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Anaheim. CA
  • Andrews Air Force Base (Camp Springs, MD)
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Arlington, VA
  • Augusta, GA
  • Aurora, IL
  • Austin, TX
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Bakersfield, CA
  • Barstow, CA
  • Bath Iron Works (Bath, ME)
  • Baton Rouge, LA
  • Beale Air Force Base (Marysville, CA)
  • Bethlehem, PA
  • Biloxi, MS
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Blytheville, AR
  • Boise, ID
  • Boston, MA
  • Bremerton, WA
  • Brownsville, TX
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Burlington, IA
  • Camp David, MD
  • Camp Lejuene (Jacksonville, NC)
  • Camp Roberts (San Miguel, CA)
  • Cedar Rapids, IA
  • Chanute Air Force Base (Rantoul, IL)
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Chicago, IL
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Columbia, SC
    Scorched Earth

    Scorched shore of Broad River near Columbia, SC

  • Columbus AFB (Columbus, MS)
  • Columbus, GA
  • Concord, CA
  • Corpus Christi, TX
  • Crane Army Ammunition Activity (Crane, IN)
  • Custer, OK
  • Dallas, TX
  • Decatur, IL
  • Del Rio, TX
  • Denver, CO
  • Des Moines, IA
  • Des Plaines, IL
  • Detroit, MI
  • Dover Air Force Base (Dover, DE)
  • Duluth, MN (and nearby Superior, WI)
  • Edison, NJ
  • Edwards Air Force Base (North Edwards, CA)
  • El Paso, TX
  • Elizabeth, NJ
  • Ellsworth Air Force Base (Rapid City, SD)
  • Elmendorf Air Force Base (Anchorage, AK)
  • Enid, OK
  • Erie, PA
  • Fairbanks, AK
  • Fairchild Air Force Base (Spokane Co., WA)
  • Fayetteville, NC
  • Fort Benning, GA
  • Fort Detrick (Frederick, MD)
  • Fort Dix-McGuire Air Force Base (Burlington Co., NJ)
  • Fort Drum, NY
  • Fort George Meade (Odenton, MD)
  • Fort Fisher, NC
  • Fort Hunter Liggett, CA
  • Fort Irwin, CA
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Fort Leonard Wood (Pulaski Co., MO)
  • Fort Monmouth (Monmouth Co., NJ)
  • Fort Ord, CA
  • Fort Polk (Leesville, LA)
  • Fort Sill (Lawton, OK)
  • Fort Smith, AR
  • Fort Stewart, GA
  • Fort Wayne, IN
  • Fort Worth, TX
  • Francis E. Warren Air Force Base (Cheyenne, WY)
  • Franklin Township, NJ
  • Fresno, CA
  • Galveston, TX
  • Gary, IN
  • Goldsboro, NC
  • Griffis AFB (Rome and Utica, NY)
  • Grissom Air Force Base (Kokomo, IN)
  • Groom Lake AFB (Area 51, Groom Lake, NV)
  • Gulfport, MS
  • Hackensack, NJ
  • Harrisburg, PA
  • Hartford, CT
  • Havelock, NC
  • Hawthorne Army Depot (Hawthorne, NV)
  • Hempstead, NY
  • Homestead AFB (Homestead, FL)
  • Honolulu, HI
  • Houston, TX
  • Huntsville, AL
  • Indiana Army Ammunition Plant (Charlestown, IN)
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Jackson, MS
  • Jefferson City, MO
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • Joliet, IL
  • K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base (Marquette, MI)
  • Kansas City, MO
    Dayafter1

    The first of several thermonuclear bombs to hit the Kansas City area on Doomsday evening. This picture was taken right after impact by a student traveling on Kansas Highway 10 going west towards Lawrence, just past the DeSoto exit.

  • Kansas City, KS
  • Kennedy Space Center (Cape Canaveral, FL)
  • Key West NAS, FL
  • Killeen, TX
  • Lake Charles, LA
  • Lakehurst Naval Air Station (Lakehurst, NJ)
  • Lancaster-Palmdale, CA
  • Langley Air Force Base (Hampton, VA)
  • Las Cruces, NM
  • Las Vegas Valley, NV (including Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson)
  • Little Rock AFB (Little Rock, AR)
  • Louisville, KY (includes the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant between nearby Charlestown, IN and Jeffersonville, IN)
  • Longview, TX
  • Loring Air Force Base (Limestone, ME)
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Lubbock, TX
  • Malmstrom Air Force Base (Cascade Co., MT)
  • Mare Island Naval Shipyard (Vallejo, CA)
  • McLean, VA
  • Memphis, TN
  • Merced, CA
  • Mercury, NV
  • Miami, FL
  • Michigan City, IN
  • Middletown Township, NJ
  • Milwaukee, WI
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
  • Minot Air Force Base (Minot, ND)
  • Mobile, AL
  • Modesto, CA
  • Moffett Naval Air Station (Mountain View, CA)
  • Mojave, CA
  • Montgomery, AL
  • Morristown, NJ
  • Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Nashville, TN
  • Naval Air Station Brunswick (Brunswick, ME)
  • Naval Air Station Glenview (Glenview, IL)
  • Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove (Willow Grove, PA)
  • Naval Air Station Lemoore (Lemoore, CA)
  • Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake (China Lake, CA)
  • Naval Submarine Base Bangor (Bangor Base, WA)
  • Newark, NJ
  • New City, NY
  • New London, CT
  • New Orleans, LA
  • New York City (include all five boroughs, all of Long Island except for an area from Hampton Bays up to Hither Woods and the Yonkers/Mount Vernon/New Rochelle/Pelham/White Plains area)
    New York gets nuked

    "Burning of New York" an artist's rendering of what New York might have looked like when it was attacked.

  • Newport, RI
  • Norfolk-Newport News, VA
  • Norton Air Force Base (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Oakland, CA
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Oak Ridge, TN)
  • Oceana Naval Air Station (Virginia Beach, VA)
  • Offutt Air Force Base (Omaha, NE and Council Bluffs, IA)
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Omaha, NE
  • Pacific Missile Range, Kauai, HI
  • Panama City, FL
  • Parris Island, SC
  • Paterson, NJ
  • Peoria, IL
  • Perth Amboy, NJ
  • Phenix City, AL
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Phoenix, AZ metropolitan area
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Plattsburgh Air Force Base (Plattsburgh, NY and Burlington, VT)
  • Portland, ME
  • Portland, OR
  • Portsmouth, NH
  • Providence, RI
  • Raleigh, NC
  • Raven Rock Mountain Complex
  • Richmond, KY
  • Richmond, VA
  • Rochester, NY
  • Rockford, IL
  • Russellville, AR
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Saint Louis, MO (East St. Louis destroyed as well)
  • Salinas, CA
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • San Angelo, TX
  • San Antonio, TX
  • San Bernardino, CA
  • San Diego, CA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • San Jose, CA
  • San Luis Obispo, CA
  • Santa Fe, NM
  • Savannah, GA
  • Schenectady, NY
  • Scott Air Force Base (Belleville, IL)
  • Scranton, PA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Seneca Army Depot, NY
  • Shreveport, LA
  • Springfield, IL
  • Springfield, MA
  • Stewart International Airport (Newburgh, NY)
  • Stockton, CA
  • Syracuse, NY
  • Tacoma, WA
  • Tampa Bay, FL
  • Texarkana, AR-TX
  • Topeka, KS
  • Travis Air Force Base (Fairfield, CA)
  • Trenton, NJ
  • Tucson, AZ
  • Tulsa, OK
  • Universal City, TX
  • Vandenberg Air Force Base (Santa Maria, CA)
  • Vernon, NJ
  • Waco, TX
  • Warner-Robins SAC (near Macon, GA)
  • Washington D.C.
  • Watervliet Arsenal (Watervliet and Troy, NY)
  • Wheeling, WV
  • Whiteman Air Force Base (near Warrensburg, MO)
  • White Plains, NY
  • Wichita, KS (McConnell AFB)
  • Wichita Falls, TX
  • Wilkes-Barre, PA

Strikes in EuropeEdit

AlbaniaEdit

  • Tirana

AustriaEdit

  • Vienna

BelgiumEdit

  • Antwerp
  • Brussels
  • Klinie Brogel
  • Mons

BulgariaEdit

  • Burgas
  • Plovdiv
  • Rousse
  • Sofia
  • Varna
  • Yambol

CyprusEdit

  • Akrotiri
  • Dhekelia

CzechoslovakiaEdit

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nuked cities in the czech part of Czechoslovakia

  • Bela pod Bezdezem
  • Bilna
  • Misov
  • Prague

DenmarkEdit

  • Copenhagen

East GermanyEdit

  • Altenburg
  • Chemnitz
  • Damgarten
  • Dranske
  • Dresden
  • Fürstenberg/Havel
  • Groß Dölln
  • Halle
  • Leipzig
  • Magdeburg
  • Parchim
  • Peenemünde
  • Rechlin
  • Rostock
  • Strausberg
  • Wünsdorf
  • Zerbst
  • Zwickau
  • Zossen

FranceEdit

Paris nuked

Mushroom cloud over Paris

  • Brest
  • Bordeaux
  • Lagarde-d'Apt
  • Landivisiau
  • Le Havre
  • Lyon
  • Marseille
  • Metz
  • Mont-de-Marsan
  • Montpelier
  • Paris (multiple strikes)
  • Strasbourg
  • Toulon
  • Toulouse

GreeceEdit

  • Athens
  • Larissa
  • Patra
  • Thessaloniki

HungaryEdit

  • Budapest
  • Kecskemét
  • Miskolc
  • Pécs
  • Szeged
  • Szolnok
  • Veszprém

IcelandEdit

  • Keflavik

ItalyEdit

  • Aviano
  • Camp Darby (located between Pisa and Livorno)
  • Ghedi
  • La Spezia
  • Milan
  • Naples
  • Rome
    Nuke rome

    Artist's rendition of Rome being hit by a nuclear warhead.

  • Sardinia (Several strikes around the island)
  • Taranto
  • Turin
  • Verona

NetherlandsEdit

  • Amsterdam
  • Brunssum
  • The Hague
  • Eindhoven
  • Rotterdam
  • Soesterberg
  • Uden
  • Woensdrecht

NorwayEdit

  • Bergen
  • Oslo

PolandEdit

PolandSituation

nuked cities in Poland

  • Bydgoszcz
  • Gdańsk/Danzig
  • Krakow
  • Lubin
  • Szczecin
  • Warsaw
  • Wrocław

PortugalEdit

  • Lisbon
  • Porto

RomaniaEdit

  • Brasov
  • Bucharest
  • Constanţa
  • Galati
  • Giurgiu (destroyed in the blast on the Bulgarian city of Rousse)
  • Ploiesti

Soviet UnionEdit

Strikes in the USSR

Selected sites in European USSR

  • Afrikanda, RU
  • Alakurtti, RU
  • Ämari, ES
  • Andreapol, RU
  • Arkhangelsk, RU
  • Astrakhan, RU
  • Balaklava, UK
  • Balakovo, RU
  • Baltiysk, RU
  • Baku, AZ (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Baranovichi, BZ
  • Batumi, GE
  • Belaya Tserkov, UK
  • Belushya Guba, RU
  • Berdychiv, UK
  • Berezniki, RU
  • Bezhetsk, RU
  • Borisoglebsk, RU
  • Brest, BY
  • Brody, UK
  • Bryansk, RU
  • Cheboksary, RU
  • Cherepovets, RU
  • Cherkasy, UK
  • Chernigov, UK
  • Chernogolovka, RU
  • Chernyakhovsk, RU
  • Chişinău, MO
  • Chuhuiv, UK
  • Daugavpils, LV
  • Derazhnia, UK
  • Dombarovsky, RU
  • Dnipropetrovsk, UK (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Dno, RU
  • Donetsk, UK (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Dubna, RU
  • Dubno, UK
  • Dudinka, RU
  • Dzerzhinsk, RU
  • Elektrostal, RU
  • Engels, RU
  • Fryazino, RU
  • Ganja, AZ
  • Gdov, RU
  • Gomel, BY
  • Gorki, RU
  • Grozny, RU
  • Gudauta, GE
  • Gvardeysk, RU
  • Hrodna, BY
  • Ivanovo, RU
  • Ivano-Frankivsk, UK
  • Izhevsk/Ustinov, RU
  • Izmail, UK
  • Jēkabpils, LV
  • Jonava, LT
  • Kaliningrad, RU
  • Kaluga, RU
  • Kamensk-Uralsky, RU
  • Kamyshin, RU
  • Kapustin Yar, RU
  • Kaunas, LT
  • Kazan, RU
  • Kėdainiai, LT
  • Kharkiv/Kharkov, UK (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Kiev, UK (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Kilpyavr, RU
  • Kirov/Vyatka/Khlynov, RU
  • Kirovohrad, UK
  • Kizlyar, RU
  • Khmelnytskyi, UK
  • Klaipėda, LT
  • Kolomyia, UK
  • Komunarsk, UK
  • Korolyov, RU
  • Kostroma, RU
  • Kotlas, RU
  • Kozelsk, RU
  • Kramatorsk, UK
  • Krasnoznamensk, RU
  • Kremenchuk, UK
  • Kronstadt, RU
  • Krymsk, RU
  • Kubinka, RU
  • Kuntsevo, RU
  • Kursk, RU
  • Kuybyshev, RU
  • Lakhta, RU
  • Lebyazhye, RU
  • Leningrad/St. Petersburg, RU (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Lesnoy, RU
  • Lida, BY
  • Liepāja, LV
  • Lipetsk, RU
  • Lutsk, UK
  • Lviv, UK
  • Lyubertsy, RU
  • Magnitogorsk, RU
  • Makhachkala, RU
  • Mariupol, UK
  • Marneuli, GE
  • Melitopol, UK
  • Metsamor, AR
  • Migalovo, RU
  • Millerovo, RU
  • Minsk, BY (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Mirny, RU
  • Molodyozhny, RU
  • Morozovsk, RU
  • Morshansk, RU
  • Moscow, RU (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Mount Yamantau/Mezhgorye, RU (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Mozdok, RU
  • Mukachevo, UK
  • Murmansk, RU
  • Myrhorod, UK
  • Mytishchi, RU
  • Naberezhnye Chelny, RU
  • Nalchik, RU
  • Nizhny Novgorod, RU
  • Nizhny Tagil, RU
  • Nizhyn, UK
  • Novofedorivka, UK
  • Novohrad-Volynskyi, UK
  • Novorossiysk, RU
  • Novouralsk, RU
  • Obninsk, RU
  • Odessa, UK
  • Olenya, RU
  • Omutninsk, RU
  • Orel, RU
  • Orenburg, RU
  • Orsha, BY
  • Ostrov, RU
  • Ovruch, UK
  • Paldiski, ES
  • Pavlohrad, UK
  • Pechenga, RU
  • Penza, RU
  • Perm, RU
  • Pervomaisk, UK
  • Petrozavodsk, RU
  • Podolsk, RU
  • Poltava, UK
  • Polyarny, RU
  • Poti, GE
  • Pryluky, UK
  • Pskov, RU
  • Pushchino, RU
  • Reutov, RU
  • Ribnita, MO
  • Riga, LV
  • Rivne, UK
  • Rostov-on-Don, RU (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Ryazan, RU
  • Rybinsk, RU
  • Salavat, RU
  • Saransk, RU
  • Saratov, RU
  • Sarov, RU
  • Serpukhov, RU
  • Sevastapol, UK (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Severodvinsk, RU
  • Severodonetsk, UK
  • Severomorsk, RU
  • Shakhty, RU
  • Shatalovo, RU
  • Shaykovka, RU
  • Shikhany, RU
  • Šiauliai, LT
  • Sillamäe, ES
  • Simferopol, UK
  • Skalisty/Gadzhiyevo, RU
  • Smila, UK
  • Smolensk, RU
  • Snezhinsk, RU
  • Sochi, RU
  • Soltsy, RU
  • Star City, RU
  • Staraya Russa, RU
  • Stavropol, RU
  • Sterlitamak, RU
  • Stryi, UK
  • Sukhumi, GE
  • Sumy, UK
  • Sverdlovsk, UK
  • Syktyvkar, SK
  • Syzran, RU
  • Taganrog, RU (Also causing Tsunamis in the Sea of Asov)
  • Tallin, ES
  • Tambov, RU
  • Tartu, ES
  • Tatischevo, RU
  • Tbilisi, GE
  • Ternopil, UK
  • Teykovo, RU
  • Tiraspol, MO
  • Tolyatti, RU
  • Totskoye, RU
  • Tuapse, RU
  • Tukums, LV
  • Tula, RU
  • Tver/Kalinin, RU
  • Ufa, RU
  • Ulyanovsk, RU
  • Uzyn, UK
  • Uzhhorod, UK
  • V'yuzhnyy/Snezhnogorsk, RU
  • Valmiera, LV
  • Vasylkiv, UK
  • Vidyayevo, RU
  • Vilnius, LT
  • Vinnytsia, UK
  • Vladimir, RU
  • Vlasikha, RU
  • Vologda, RU
  • Volgorgrad, RU
  • Volodymyr-Volynskyi, UK
  • Volzhsky, RU
  • Voronezh, RU
  • Voskhod, RU
  • Vyazma, RU
  • Yaroslavl, RU
  • Yekaterinburg, RU
  • Yerevan, AR
  • Yoshkar-Ola, RU
  • Zaporizhia, UK
  • Zaozyorsk, RU
  • Zarechny, RU
  • Zelenograd, RU
  • Zhytomyr, UK
  • Zlatoust, RU
  • Znamensk, RU

SpainEdit

  • Barcelona
  • Bilbao
  • Madrid-Torrejón
  • Moron
  • Rota
  • Valencia
  • Zaragoza

TurkeyEdit

  • Adana
  • Alanya
  • Ankara
  • Bursa
  • Edirne
  • Erzurum
  • Istanbul
  • Izmir

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandEdit

Nuclear impact points2

nuked cities in the UK

See main article: Doomsday in the United Kingdom or Former UK
160109top1a

The last picture of London, taken at the moment a Soviet ICBM detonated.

There were three waves of Nuclear detonations across the UK.

The first wave of strategic nuclear weapons detonated across the UK military bases between 1.52am and 1.58am. One megatonne detonations occurred over Portsmouth, Southampton and Plymouth (probably due to their large military bases) as well as two one megatonne detonations over the City of London.

Less than ten minutes later a second wave hit the 15 largest population centres across the UK between 2.02am and 2.11am. These were London (seven separate blasts), Birmingham, Glasgow (missed, detonated to the west of the city over Dunbarton), Liverpool (missed, detonated over the north of the city near Aintree), Leeds, Sheffield, Edinburgh (hit the nearby port of Leith), Bristol, Manchester, Leicester, Coventry, Kingston upon Hull (airblast over the river Humber to the south of the city), Bradford, Cardiff and Belfast.

The third and final wave hit the remaining population centres and re-hit some of the population centres hit in the first and second waves. These hit between 2.22am and 2.36am.

In total between 65 and 70 large (100 kilotonne+) nuclear weapons fall on major UK cities, and around 70 tactical nuclear weapons (10 kilotonnes) fell on military base throughout the UK on Doomsday. Nuclear blast totals in the UK exceeded 15 megatonnes. Due to the time of the attack the first many people knew of the attack was a bright flash that woke them up followed by the blast wave that killed them. Of those who were awake at the time of the attack and survived to tell their stories, they tell of seeing a new (or in some cases a second or third) sun in the sky followed by hurricane force winds that were burning hot.

London nuked

Infamous picture of people running away from an explosion in London. Recently recovered in an expedition to the ruins of London.

Although details of the destruction of London are sketchy, it is believed that at least 12 nuclear detonations occured in the Greater London area, two detonation in first wave (over the City of London), seven detonations in the second wave, three more in the third wave. A Celtic Alliance pilot on a reconnaissance flight over the area in 2007 described it as "craters, rubble and glass". The Greater London area is currently off limits to all but official scientific and military personnel. A comprehensive expedition into the wasteland is scheduled for 2012.

Several major cities in the United Kingdom avoided complete destruction, due to malfunctioning missiles. These included:

  • Middlesbrough - one 100 KT hit over the North Sea NE of Hartlepool, one 100 KT over the North Yorkshire Moors, and one 100 KT bomb discovered unexploded in 2010.
  • Liverpool - (200 KT) hit to the north of the city, over Aintree.
  • Glasgow - (200 KT) hit to the west of the city, over Dunbarton.

West GermanyEdit

1983DDGermanyNuclearStrikeMap

nuked cities in Germany

  • Ansbach
  • Bamberg
  • Bitburg
  • Bochum
  • Bonn
  • Braunschweig
  • Bremen
  • Bremerhaven
  • Dortmund
  • Duisburg
  • Düsseldorf
  • Erfurt
  • Essen
  • Frankfurt am Main (Several strikes in the vicinity)
  • Freiburg
  • Fürth
  • Göppingen
  • Hamburg
  • Hannover
  • Heidelberg
  • Heilbronn
  • Hof
  • Kassel
  • Kiel
  • Koblenz
  • Köln (Cologne)
  • Lübeck
  • Mainz
  • Mannheim
  • Munich
  • Münster
  • Nuremberg
  • Sprangdahlem
  • Stuttgart
  • Wiesbaden
  • Würzburg
  • Zirndorf

YugoslaviaEdit

  • Belgrade

Strikes in AsiaEdit

AfghanistanEdit

  • Bagram AFB
  • Dasht-e-Kiligai
  • Herat
  • Kabul
  • Shindand AFB

ChinaEdit

Strikes in China

Strikes in China

  • Beijing
  • Changchun
  • Chengdu
  • Chongqing
  • Dalian (Port Arthur)
  • Dinghai
  • Fuzhou
  • Ganzhou
  • Guangzhou
  • Guiyang
  • Harbin
  • Jinan
  • Lanzhou
  • Lhasa
  • Nanjing
  • Nanning
  • Qingdao
  • Shanghai
  • Shenyang
  • Shenzhen
  • Tianjin
  • Wuhan
  • Xi'an
  • Zhanjiang
  • Zhengzhou

IsraelEdit

  • Ashdod
  • Gaza City
  • Haifa
  • Hatzerim Air Base (Beersheba)
  • Hatzor Air Base (Ashdod)
  • Jenin
  • Negev Nuclear Research Center (Dimona)
  • Nevatim Air Base (Beersheba)
  • Ramat David Air Base (Megiddo)
  • Ramon Air Base (Beersheba)
  • Sde Dov/Tel Aviv Air Base (Tel Aviv)
  • Tel Aviv
  • Tel Nof Air Base (Rehovt)

JapanEdit

1983NukesJapan

Nuked cities in Japan

  • Iwakuni
  • Kawasaki
  • Misawa
  • Nagasaki
  • Okinawa/Naha
  • Tokyo
  • Yokohama

JordanEdit

  • Amman
  • King Abdullah Air Base (Marka)
  • King Hussein Air Base (Al Mafraq)
  • Prince Hassan Air Base (Amman)

LebanonEdit

  • Baalbek
  • Rayak (Riyaq)

North KoreaEdit

  • Pyongyang

PhilippinesEdit

  • Clark Air Base (Angeles City)
  • John Hay Air Base (Baguio City)
  • Subic Naval Base (Zambales)

South KoreaEdit

  • Chinhae
  • Gunsan
  • Pyeongtaek
  • Seoul

Soviet UnionEdit

(see also above for European USSR)
Strikes in USSR (Asia)

Selected strikes in Asian USSR

  • Abakan, RU
  • Andijon, UZ
  • Angarsk, RU
  • Baikonur, KZ
  • Beruni, UZ
  • Biysk, RU
  • Bolshoy Kamen, RU
  • Chelyabinsk, RU
  • Fokino, RU
  • Irkutsk, RU
  • Kagan, UZ
  • Kemerovo, RU
  • Khabarovsk, RU
  • Koltsovo, RU
  • Kozmino, RU
  • Kurchatov, KZ
  • Miass, RU
  • Nakhodka, RU
  • Novokuznetsk, RU
  • Novosibirsk, RU
  • Norilsk, RU
  • Nurata, UZ
  • Omsk, RU
  • Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, RU
  • Priozersk, KZ
  • Semipalatinsk, KZ
  • Seversk, RU
  • Sverdlovsk, RU
  • Tashkent,UZ
  • Termez, UZ
  • Tomsk, RU
  • Tyumen, RU
  • Uchquduq, UZ
  • Uglegorsk, RU
  • Ussuriysk, RU
  • Vilyuchinsk, RU
  • Vladivostok, RU
  • Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, RU
  • Zelenogorsk, RU
  • Zheleznogorsk, RU

SyriaEdit

  • Aleppo
  • Damascus
  • Dumayr
  • Homs
  • Latakia
  • Tartous
  • Zabadani

TaiwanEdit

  • Taipei

United Kingdom Overseas TerritoriesEdit

  • Hong Kong

VietnamEdit

  • Cam Ranh Bay
  • Hanoi

YemenEdit

  • Aden, North Yemen
  • Al Mukalla, North Yemen
  • Perim and Socatra Islands, North Yemen
  • Al Anab PDRY Airfield
  • Al Mukha PDRY Airfield
  • Al Riyan PDRY Airfield
  • Al Ghayhad PDRY Airfield
  • Lawdar PDRY Airfield

Strikes in OceaniaEdit

AustraliaEdit

  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Sydney

United StatesEdit

  • Guam
  • Johnston Atoll
  • Kwajalein Atoll
  • Wake Island


World Leaders during DoomsdayEdit

List of Heads of StatesEdit

Nation Title Name Start date End Date
Australia Governor-General of Australia Sir Ninian Martin Stephen 29 July 1982
Argentina President Reynaldo Bignone July 1, 1982 1984
Bolivia President Hernán Siles Zuazo 1982  ?
Brasil President João Figueiredo 1979  ?
Canada Governor-General Edward Richard Schreyer 1979  ?
Chile President Augusto Pinochet Ugarte 1973, September 11 1990, March 11
Ireland President Patrick John Hillery (Irish: Pádraig Seán Ó hIrighile) 1976 1989
Paraguay President Alfredo Stroessner 1954, August 15 2002
United Kingdom Queen Queen Elizabeth II Jun. 2 1953 1984
United Kingdom Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher May 4th 1979 In Canada at time of the attack, Survived
United States President Ronald Reagan 20 Jan. 1981 May, 1984
Venezuela President Luis Herrera Campins Mar. 12, 1979 Feb. 2, 1984
South Africa President Marais Vilijoen ? ?

Forbes list of "Most Powerful" people of 2011 Edit

Where were they on DD? This list is updated every year to include the most powerful one millionth of one percent (one per 100 million) of the world's population in our time line. In 2011, the population topped seven billion. (2009 List)

2011 - Selected from Forbe's Most powerful people (70 people out of seven billion):

Rank 2009 Name Significance Place on Doomsday Survival
1 1 Barack Obama President of the US New York City No
2 3 Vladimir Putin Prime Minister of Russia Moscow No
3 2 Hu Jintao Premier of China Beijing No
4 0 Angela Merkel German Chancellor Berlin Yes
5 10 Bill Gates Co-founder and CEO of Microsoft Bellevue, WA No
6 9 Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al Saud King of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Yes
7 11 J.A. Ratzinger
Pope Benedict XVI Vatican City No
8 4 Ben Bernanke Chairman, US Federal Reserve Sanford, CA No
9 0 Mark Zuckerberg Co-founder of Facebook In utero Whiteplains, NY No
10 0 David Cameron British PM Berkshire No
11 0 Sonia Gandhi President of Indian National Congress New Delhi (wife of pm) Yes
12 0 Mario Draghi President of European Central Bank Florence, Italy Yes
13 0 Nicolas Sarkozy President of France Neuilly-sur-Seine, France (mayor) No
14 0 Wen Jiabao Premier of People's Republic of China Gansu Province No
15 0 Zhou Xiaochuan President of People's Bank of China Beijing No
16 17 Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State Little Rock, AR Possible
17 0 Michael Bloomberg Mayor of NYC Manhattan, NYC No
18 0 Timothy Geithner US Secretary of the Treasury Probably Baltimore No
19 0 Manmohan Singh Prime Minister of India Yes
20 14 Warren Buffet Billionaire Investor Omaha, NE No
24 7 Rupert Murdoch Media Mogul Probably NYC No
25 46 Benjamin Netanyahu Prime Minister of Israel Washington, DC No
30 5 Sergey Brin Co-founder of Google College Park, MD No
30 5 Larry Page Co-founder of Google Lansing, MI Unlikely
50 31 Bill Clinton Former President of US Little Rock, AR Possible
59 43 Dmitry Medvedev President of Russia Leningrad No


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