Photos from 1983: Doomsday


The University of Puerto Rico main tower ( this tower is inspired by the Giralda, the medieval tower of the cathedral of Seville) includes the emblems both of Harvard University—the oldest in the United States—and University of San Marcos—the oldest in Latin America.

A Trabant with a homemade trailer made from another Trabant, taken around the former East German-Czechoslovakian border region. Trabants are common sight in Eastern parts of what was once Germany even after Doomsday.

In the Union of Korean People's, some Korean citizens have adapted to live akin to the puritans of Pensylvannia, donning traditional Korean attire, using ancient weapons, and living the traditional way of life.

A pair of F-14A Tomcats attached to VF-1 Wolfpack fly in formation above Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines, c. 1978. The Tomcats of this fighter squadron were assigned to the USS Enterprise (CVN-65) during her deployment to the Western Pacific which ran from April to October 1978. (Actual Wikimedia photo)

The USS Enterprise (CVN-65) is shown here being pushed by tugboats after the nuclear-powered supercarrier after ran aground in San Francisco Bay, April 28, 1983.

One of the last known photographs of John F. Kennedy, Jr., son of the late JFK, taken in 1982. JFK Jr. was in New York or Boston during Doomsday and unfortunately became one of the casualties of WWIII, alongside his mother Jacqueline Kennedy.

Pirates in Southeast Asia. Piracy was already a problem in the region after the fall of Saigon and intensified during Doomsday as the nations around the region fell into instability in the aftermath of the nuclear war. Today, piracy remains in the areas of the South China Sea, the Celebes Sea, and the Sulu Sea.

The Rockingham Town Hall in the village of Bellows Falls in the town of Rockingham, Vermont Republic.

Built in 1926, it is one of the most famous landmarks in the area. In 1982, a year prior to Doomsday, it along with the rest of Downtown Bellows Falls was designated as the Bellows Falls Downtown Historic District.
Celtic Park, Glasgow around the year 2015. First put to use as a refugee camp and supply station for the Celtic Alliance during the 1990s, it has since returned to being the home of Celtic F.C. since the resumption of professional football in the Alliance. Known as one of the most iconic stadiums in the post Doomsday British Isles.
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