Scott, Thomas 1947- :The good thing about carrying radioactive plutonium is that everything gets out of your way... 18 November 1992.
Reference Number: H-108-013
Shows various sea creatures scattering in the path of a plutonium-carrying ship. Refers to the Japanese ship, Akatsuki Maru, ferrying a cargo of plutonium from France for use in Japan's nuclear programme.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Akatsuki Maru (Ship), France, Japan, Nuclear energy - Japan, Nuclear energy - France, Plutonium, Nuclear cargo ships and Aquatic animals.
Scott, Thomas 1947- :Editorial cartoons. Evening Post. 2 - 30 November 1992, Reference Number H-108 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 cartoon bromide(s)Single art work
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