Gonna be doing a long post on Superbombs in media. Am open to suggestions, but here's my outline
-The Superbombings of Petrograd and Paris are the most controversial, due to the narrative that the two nations (mainly the former) were weak and probably would've fallen without them. Russia produces the TL 191 equivalent to Godzilla and France Barefoot Gen
-Britain and the Confederacy elicit less sympathy, at least in Germany and the US due to them both striking with their own superbombs. The Confederate superbombings are commonly cited by extremists. Locally in Britain, there is a lot of media over the superbombings, albeit not as much as France and Russia, but they have the benefit of being a strong international movie market that gets more exposure.
-Both Germany and the US go on campaigns to convince their people of how these nasty contraptions are, in fact, very good things, while taking different approaches to how to survive nuclear war. The Fallout series still exists, but has an even more cynical edge akin to the first game that never leaves with the later games. Germany develops it's own post-apocalyptic game series that has a more European feel.