The Man who Saved the World

A story that has gone basically untold for many years.

Between millions of lives lost in a nuclear holocaust, and the relatively normal life we live today, stood the judgment of one obscure Soviet officer. His risky decision to forestall an all-out nuclear launch, just because something didn’t make sense to him, saved more human lives than any other act in history.

Story here.


One Response to The Man who Saved the World

  1. That’s fascinating Steve.
    Why do you think this story hasn’t gotten wider play?

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