History of the "All-Purpose Survival Cracker"
Beginning in the early 1950s, the American population lived in near-constant fear of nuclear attack. As Cold War tensions progressed, the expectation was that most of the population would survive the initial blast only to be killed by starvation or radiation in the following weeks. As a result, fallout shelters were constructed underground and in basements around the country, each carefully researched by FBI agents and engineers and then marked with yellow-and-black signs. To