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The mushroom cloud from Buster-Jangle Charlie, yield 14 kilotons (at 143 m • kt −1⁄3), during the initial phase of stem formation. The toroidal fireball is visible at the top, a condensation cloud is forming in the middle due to intense updrafts of moist air, and the forming partial stem can be seen below. The cloud exhibits the reddish-brown hue of nitrogen oxides.

Kelvedon Hatch emergency broadcast tower, which would have transmitted official announcements after a nuclear attack on the UK. English: Radio Antenna at Kelvedon Hatch (M. Kenyon), ~31 May 2007.

The % difference between the 1981 and 2022 populations after a 1983 nuking of the UK.

The probable Soviet anti-UK nuke targeting list for 1983

This is a worse case scenario based on the most overly zealous online interpretations of a predicted Soviet atomic attack on the UK and the chaos directly afterwards and any epidemics an supply shortages shortly there after.

Targets include population centers, industrial zones, atomic research centers, transport hubs, government control centers, military bases, major ports, key air ports, dockyards, atomic bunkers and RSGs.

The map

The results are in part divided by UK County, Shire Borough, Metropolitan District, N. Irish Distract and London Borough of 1983 as a % of the 1981 population levels. Due to the large area involved, population variations, uneven nuking patterns and\or major rivers dividing them most the counties are partly or wholly sub-divided in to their borough councils or groups of borough councils. Some places like Herefordshire and Rutland would restore their old borders and independent county status as best they could after the ATL collapse of central government and did get there OTL local government wishes in the 1990s anyhow.

Disclaimer

It is inherently a mixture of research in to both known facts and released secrets, along with much educated guess work!

The USSR's targets

The "city killer" attacks

Speculative, but probably not happen in the UK

The possible 3mt strike
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Queenhithe
The possible 2mt strike
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Queenhithe
    3. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)
The possible 1.5mt strike
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Queenhithe
    3. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)
The possible 1.3mt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Queenhithe
    3. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)

The sizes that were more likely used in the UK

The 1mt or 1.1mt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Queenhithe
    3. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)
  2. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  3. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
The 800Kt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
The 750Kt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
The 650Kt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Aldwych
The 550Kt or 500Kt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Brixton
    2. Whitehall
    3. Queenhithe
    4. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)
The 450Kt or 400kt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Palace of Westminster
    3. Aldwych
    4. Bethnal Green
  2. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  3. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
  4. Avon
    1. Bristol
  5. W. Midlands
    1. Birmingham

The strategic nukes attack

The 300kt strikes
  1. Greater London
    1. Whitehall
    2. Palace of Westminster
    3. Aldwych
    4. Bethnal Green
  2. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  3. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
  4. Avon
    1. Bristol
  5. W. Midlands
    1. Birmingham

The 200kt strikes

Major cities that are hit with a 200kt nuke-

  1. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow
  2. W. Midlands
    1. Birmingham
  3. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester
  4. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
    2. HMNB Portsmouth
  5. W. Yorkshire
    1. Leeds
  6. Tyne and Wear
    1. Newcastle
    2. Gateshead
    3. Sunderland
  7. Avon
    1. Bristol
  8. South Yorkshire
    1. Sheffield
  9. Greater London
    1. Fullham
    2. Shooters' Hill
    3. The former Canary Warf Dock on the Isle of Dogs
    4. Deptford
    5. Tottenham
    6. Hammersmith
    7. Brixton
    8. Soho
    9. Aldwych
    10. Thamesmead
    11. Bethnal Green
  10. Devon
    1. HMNB Devonport

The 150kt strikes

Major naval bases hit with a 150kt nuke

  1. Strathclyde
    1. Faslane
    2. Holy Loch
    3. DM Glen Douglas
    4. HMNB Clyde
    5. RAND Coulport
  2. Fife
    1. Rosyth
  3. Hampshire
    1. HMNB Portsmouth
    2. Portsmouth
    3. Gosport
    4. Southampton
    5. HMS Excellent "stone frigate" (shore establishment) on Whale Island near Portsmouth.
    6. HMS Collingwood (shore establishment)
    7. HMS Sultan (engineering establishment)
  4. Devon
    1. Plymouth
    2. HMNB Devonport
    3. Devonport
  5. Greater London
    1. Grenwhich naval docks and collage
    2. RAF Northolt

The 100kt strikes

Settlements over 200,000 that are hit with a 100kt nuke-

  1. Greater London
    1. Grenwich
    2. Chiswick
    3. Rainham (the one that was in Essex and is now in London)
    4. Ilfrord
    5. Chingford
    6. Beckenham
    7. Penge
    8. Bexlyheath
    9. Finchley
    10. Tooting Beck
    11. Elephant & Castle
    12. Beckton
    13. Northolt
    14. Willesden
    15. Wemberly
    16. Brixton
    17. Catford
    18. Dulwitch
    19. Lambeth
    20. Croydon
    21. Battersea
    22. Tottenham
  2. W. Midlands
    1. Birmingham
    2. Coventry
    3. Wolverhampton
  3. Merseyside
    1. Liverpool
    2. Birkenhead
  4. S. Yorkshire
    1. Sheffield
  5. W. Yorkshire
    1. Leeds
    2. Bradford
  6. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester
  7. Avon
    1. Bristol
  8. Leicestershire
    1. Leicester
  9. Humberside
    1. Hull
  10. Nottinghamshire
    1. Nottingham
  11. Staffordshire
    1. Stoke-on-Trent
  12. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  13. Derbyshire
    1. Derby
  14. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
  15. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow

Major cities and districts hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester
    2. Stockport
    3. Trafford
    4. Salford
    5. Rochdale
  2. Greater London
    1. Elephant & Castle
    2. Limehouse
    3. Kensington
    4. Southwark Park
    5. Regents Park
    6. Kentish Town
    7. Palace of Westminster
    8. Dagenham
    9. Bermondsy
    10. Hackney Wick
    11. White City
    12. East Finchley
    13. Fullham
    14. Shirley (the one in Croydon LB)
    15. Ponder's End
    16. Northolt
    17. Hendon
    18. Croydon
    19. Clapham
    20. Battersea
    21. Tottenham Hale
    22. W. Drayton
    23. Buckingham Palace
    24. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)
    25. Islington
    26. Holbourn
    27. Chelsea
    28. Willesden
    29. Thamesmead
    30. Queenhithe
    31. Ludgate Hill
    32. Clerkenwell
    33. Depford
    34. Uxbridge
    35. Camden Town
    36. Vauxhall
  3. W. Midlands
    1. Birmingham
    2. Coventry
    3. Wolverhampton
    4. Smethwick
    5. Dudley
    6. Oldbury
    7. Wendsbury
    8. Hampstead, Birmingham
    9. West Bromwich
    10. Dudley Port
    11. Halesowen
  4. Leicestershire
    1. Leicester
  5. Staffordshire
    1. Stafford
    2. Stoke-on-Trent
    3. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  6. N. Ireland
    1. Belfast
  7. W. Yorkshire
    1. Huddersfield
    2. Bradford
  8. Kent
    1. Gravesend
    2. Gillingham (the one in Kent)
    3. Rochester
    4. Chatham
    5. Maidstone
    6. Dartford
    7. Dover
    8. Ashford (the one in Kent)
  9. Merseyside
    1. Liverpool
    2. Bootle
    3. Birkenhead
  10. Gwent
    1. Newport (the one in Gwent)
  11. South Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff
  12. West Glamorgan
    1. Swansea
  13. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Bridgend
    2. Port Talbot
  14. Essex
    1. Greys
    2. Tilbury
    3. Southend-On-Sea
  15. Humberside
    1. Hull
    2. Scunthorpe
    3. Immingham
    4. Grimsbury
  16. Grampian
    1. Aberdeen
  17. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow
    2. E. Kilbride
    3. Cumbernaud
    4. Motherwell
    5. Camberslang
    6. Clydebank
  18. Lothian
    1. Edinburgh
    2. Lieth
  19. Fife
    1. Rosyth
    2. Kirkcaldy
  20. Cleveland
    1. Stockton-Upon-Tees
    2. Middlesbrough
    3. Teesside
    4. Middelsbourugh
  21. Tyne and Wear
    1. Newcastle
    2. Gateshead
    3. Sunderland
  22. E. Sussex
    1. Brighton
    2. Hove
  23. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
    2. Portsmouth
    3. Eastliegh
    4. Gosport
    5. Cosham
  24. Hertfordshire
    1. Watford
  25. Berkshire
    1. Slough
    2. Reading
    3. Wokingham
  26. Derbyshire
    1. Derby
  27. Notinghamshire
    1. Nottingham
  28. Wilthshire
    1. Swindon
  29. Cambrdgshire
    1. Cambridge
  30. Surrey
    1. Guilford
  31. Oxfordshire
    1. Oxford
  32. Avon
    1. Bristol
    2. Avonmouth
  33. Dorset
    1. Bornmouth

Critical steel mills and fabrication facilities hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Strathclyde
    1. Ravenscraig Steelworks- Motherwell
    2. Dalzell Steelworks- Motherwell
    3. Motherwell large scale steel fabrication plants.
    4. Wishaw large scale steel fabrication plant.
  2. Humberside
    1. Scunthorpe
  3. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Port Talbot
  4. Gewnt
    1. Newport (the one in Gwent)
  5. W. Midlands
    1. Round Oak Steelworks
  6. Cleveland
    1. Teesside Steelworks

Major government seats hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester
  2. Gloucestershire
    1. Cheltenham
  3. Lothian
    1. Edinburgh
  4. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow
  5. Greater London
    1. Palace of Westminster
    2. Whitehall
  6. Nottinghamshire
    1. Nottingham
  7. N. Yorkshire
    1. Catterick
    2. York
  8. Lancashire
    1. Preston
  9. Cambridgeshire
    1. Cambridge
  10. Kent
    1. Dover
    2. Gravesend
  11. Berkshire
    1. Reading
  12. Devon
    1. Salcombe
  13. South Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff
  14. Powys
    1. Breckon
  15. Gwent
    1. Newport (the one in Gwent)
  16. Worcestershire
    1. Worcester
    2. Kidderminster
  17. N. Ireland
    1. Armagh
  18. County Durham
    1. Durham
  19. Hampshire
    1. Basingstoke
    2. Cosham
  20. Surrey
    1. Guildford
    2. Cobham
  21. S. Yorkshire
    1. Sheffield
  22. Avon
    1. Bristol
    2. Bath
  23. E. Sussex
    1. Brighton
  24. Oxfordshire
    1. Oxford

RSG complexes hit with 2 100kt nukes

  1. Kent
    1. Tunbridge Wells
    2. Dover Castel's tunnels
    3. Gravesend
  2. Tayside
    1. Cultybraggan (the one near Perth).
  3. Grampian
    1. RAF Buchan
  4. The Western Isles
    1. RAF Benbecula
  5. The Shetlands
    1. RAF Saxa Vord
  6. Fife
    1. Anstruther
  7. Strathclyde
    1. East Kilbride
  8. Lothian
    1. Kirkwelton
  9. Northumberland
    1. Hexham
  10. Licolnshire
    1. Skendleby
  11. Licestershire
    1. Loughbrough
  12. Norfolk
    1. Bawburgh
  13. Hertfordshire
    1. Hertford
  14. Essex
    1. Kelvedon Hatch
  15. East Sussex
    1. Crowborough
  16. Devon
    1. Bolt Head/Hope Cove
  17. Gloucestershire
    1. Ullenwood
  18. Wiltshire
    1. Hawthorne near Chilmark
    2. RAF Chilmark
  19. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Brackla Hill in Bridgend
  20. Clwyd
    1. Borras, Wrexham
  21. Powys
    1. Breckon barracks
  22. Worcestershire
    1. Drakelow Tunnels
    2. Worcester
  23. Staffordshire
    1. Swynnerton
  24. Cheshire
    1. Hack Green
  25. Lancashire
    1. Longley Lane in Goosnargh
  26. N. Ireland
    1. In the Woodside Industrial Estate in Ballymena, County Antrim.
  27. N. Yorkshire
    1. Shipton
  28. Merseyside
    1. Southport
  29. Hampshire
    1. Basingstoke
  30. Surrey
    1. Guildford

RSG complexes hit with a 100kt nukes

  1. Durhamshire
    1. Durham
  2. Clwyd
    1. Colwyn Bay
  3. Kent
    1. Maidstone
  4. Oxfordshire
    1. Cowley
  5. Bedfordshire
    1. Bedford
  6. Avon
    1. Bristol
  7. W. Midlands
    1. Coventry
  8. W. Sussex
    1. Horsham
  9. Shropshire
    1. Shrewsbury
  10. Hampshire
    1. Winchester
  11. Somerset
    1. Yeovil
  12. Lincolnshire
    1. RAF Digby
  13. Grampian
    1. Inverbervie
  14. Bukinghamshire
    1. Aylesbury
    2. Beaconsfield
  15. Norfolk
    1. Norwich
    2. Kings Lynn
  16. N. Ireland
    1. Cookstown

PYTHON UK government plan sites hit by a 100kt nuke

  1. Wiltshire
    1. RAF Rudloe Manor
    2. Central Government War Headquarters (CGWHQ), codenamed BURLINGTON, at Corsham bunker. Named TURNSTILE from 1963 and CHANTICLEER from 1970 (STOCKWELL, TURNSTILE, BURLINGTON and EYEGLASS.).
  2. Agyle and Bute
    1. Oban (MV Hebrides, MV Clansman, RMS Columba and RFA Engadine)
  3. Highland
    1. Mallaig (HMY Britannia)
    2. Loch Torridon (MV Hebrides, MV Clansman, RMS Columba, HMY Britannia and RFA Engadine)

Naval bases and dockyards to be possibly hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Strathclyde
    1. Faslane
    2. Coulport
    3. Holy Loch
  2. Fife
    1. Rosyth
  3. Hampshire
    1. Portsmouth
  4. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  5. Cornwall
    1. Devonport
  6. Cumbria
    1. Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering Limited (VSEL) shipyard- Barrow-in-Furness

Atomic research faciltaties hit with a 100kt nuke-

  1. Berkshire
    1. Aldermarston atomic research establishments
  2. Cumbria
    1. Sellafield atomic establishment
  3. Oxfordshire
    1. Cullham laboratories
    2. Harwell atomic research site

USAF bases hit with 2 100kt nukes

  1. Oxfordshire
    1. Upper Heyford
  2. Berkshire
    1. Greenham Common AFB
  3. Suffolk
    1. RAF Mildenhall
    2. RAF Lakenheath
  4. Northamptonshire
    1. RAF Croughton
  5. Glousestershire
    1. RAF Fairford

RAF bases hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. N. Yorkshire
    1. RAF Fylingdales
  2. Grater London
    1. RAF Northolt
  3. Kent
    1. RAF Manston
  4. Lincolnshire
    1. RAF Waddington
  5. Oxfordshire
    1. Brize Norton
    2. Benson
  6. Suffolk
    1. Woodbridge

Radar bases hit with 2 100kt nukes

  1. Devon
    1. Hartland Point Rotor Radar Station.
  2. N. Yorkshire
    1. RAF Fylingdales

Naval communications centers hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Warwickshire
    1. Rugby
  2. Powys
    1. Criggion
  3. Cumbria
    1. Anthorn
  4. Lancashire
    1. Inskip
  5. Humberside
    1. New Waltham
  6. N. Ireland
    1. Londonderry
  7. Highland Region
    1. Thurso

major road tunnels to be hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Kent\Essex
    1. The Dartford tunnel

Army bases to be hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Warwickshire
    1. MOD Kineton
  2. Goucestershire
    1. MOD Tewksbury
  3. Oxfordshire
    1. MOD\BOD Bicester
  4. Berkshire
    1. Sandherst army officer academy
  5. N. Yorkshire
    1. Catterick Garrison
  6. Cumbria
    1. Defence Munitions Depot Longtown
  7. Surrey
    1. Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut

Major ports hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Tyne an wear
    1. Port of Tyne
    2. Wallsend ship repair dry docks
  2. Avon
    1. Avonmouth
    2. Royal Portabury Dock
  3. Essex
    1. Tilbury
    2. Coryton Refinery\Shell Haven Creek\Hole Haven Creek
    3. Harwich
  4. Kent
    1. Port of Dover
    2. Sheerness Docks
    3. Folkstone
  5. Cheshire
    1. Ellesmere Port
  6. Humberside
    1. Hull
    2. Grimsbury
    3. Immingham
  7. Greater London
    1. Dagenham Dock
    2. Port of London
  8. Dyfed
    1. Milford Haven
    2. Pembroke Dock
  9. Central Region
    1. Grangemouth
  10. Grampian
    1. Aberdeen
  11. Suffolk
    1. Felixsowe
    2. Lowestoft
  12. Merseyside
    1. Liverpool
    2. Bootle
    3. Birkenhead
  13. Devon
    1. Plymouth
    2. Exeter
  14. Hampshire
    1. Eastern Docks
    2. Portsmouth
    3. Southampton
  15. Norfolk
    1. Great Yarmouth
  16. Strathclyde
    1. Clydebank
    2. Glasgow docks
    3. Grenock
    4. Port Glasgow

Communications eavesdropping center hit with a 100kt nuke

  1. Gloucetershire
    1. Cheltenham
  2. N. Yorkshire
    1. RAF Menwith Hill

USAF communications hub hit with a 100kt nukes

  1. Northamptonshire
    1. RAF Croughton

Critical chemical works

  1. Cleveland
    1. Teeside chemical works development
  2. Cheshire
    1. Middlwich- New Cheshire Saltworks
    2. Ellesmere Port

The tactical nukes attacks

Naval bases to possibly be hit with a 2 15kt nukes

  1. Strathclyde
    1. Faslane
    2. Coulport
    3. Holy Loch
  2. Fife
    1. Rosyth
  3. Hampshire
    1. Portsmouth
    2. Gosport
  4. Cornwall
    1. Devonport

PYTHON UK government plan sites 2 15kt nukes

  1. Cornwall
    1. RNAS Culdrose
  2. Dorset
    1. RN base in Portland (HMS Osprey)
    2. Bovington Camp
  3. Tayside
    1. Taymouth Castle (then the Civil Defence Corps Training School)
  4. Gwynned (mainland)
    1. Tonfanau Army Camp
  5. Dyfed
    1. The Old College at Aberystwyth University (which housed the University's Department of Physics)
  6. Wiltshire
    1. RAF Rudloe Manor
    2. Central Government War Headquarters (CGWHQ), codenamed BURLINGTON, at Corsham bunker. Named TURNSTILE from 1963 and CHANTICLEER from 1970 (STOCKWELL, TURNSTILE, BURLINGTON and EYEGLASS.).
  7. Agyle and Bute
    1. Oban (MV Hebrides, MV Clansman, RMS Columba and RFA Engadine)
  8. Highland
    1. Mallaig (HMY Britannia)
    2. Loch Torridon (MV Hebrides, MV Clansman, RMS Columba, HMY Britannia and RFA Engadine)

USAF bases to be hit with a 15kt nuke

  1. Cambridgeshire
    1. Alconbury
  2. Suffolk
    1. Bentwaters
    2. Woodbridge
    3. Lakenheath
    4. Mildenhall
  3. Oxfordshire
    1. Upper Heyford
    2. Essex
    3. Wethersfield
  4. Gloustershire
    1. Fairford
  5. Wiltshire
    1. Boscombe Down
    2. Lyneham
  6. Worcetershire
    1. Pershore
  7. Berkshire
    1. Greenham Common
  8. Norflok
    1. Sculthorpe
  9. Lincolnshire
    1. Cranwell
  10. N. Yorkshire
    1. RAF Menwith Hill
  11. Grampian
    1. RAF Edzel

RAF bases to be hit with a 15kt nuke

  1. Licestershire
    1. RAF Bitteswell
  2. Dyfed
    1. Brawdy
  3. The Isel of Angelsea
    1. Valley
  4. Oxfordshire
    1. Benson
    2. Brize Norton
  5. Lincolnshire
    1. Scampton
    2. Waddington
    3. Coningsby
    4. Binbrook
  6. On the Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire border
    1. Wittering
  7. Suffolk
    1. Honington
    2. Wattisham
  8. Norfolk
    1. RAF Marham
    2. RAF Coltishall
    3. RAF Sculthorpe
  9. Grampian
    1. Lossimouth
    2. Kinloss
  10. Strathclyde
    1. Machrihanish
    2. RAF Edzel
  11. Fife
    1. Leuchars
  12. S. Yorkshire
    1. Finningley
  13. Bedfordshire
    1. Bedford
  14. Kent
    1. RAF Manston
  15. Rutland
    1. Cottesmore
  16. Cambridgeshire
    1. Wyton
  17. Cornwall
    1. St Mawgan
  18. N. Yorkshire
    1. Leeming
  19. Somerset
    1. Yeovilton
  20. Gwynedd
    1. RAF Valley
  21. Hampshire
    1. Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
    2. RAF Odiham
  22. Greater London
    1. RAF Biggin Hill
    2. RAF Northolt
  23. Glousestershire
    1. RAF Kemble

Radar stations to be hit with a 15kt nuke

  1. N. Yorkshire
    1. Flylingdales
    2. Staxton Wold
  2. Northumberland
    1. Boulmer
  3. Humberside
    1. Patrington
  4. Suffolk
    1. Bawdsey
    2. Orford Ness
  5. Norfolk
    1. Neatished
    2. Feltwell
  6. Devon
    1. Hartland Point Rotor Radar Station.
  7. Grampian
    1. Buchan
  8. The Shetlands
    1. Saxa Vord

Military control centers to be hit with 2 15kt nukes

  1. Hertfordshire
    1. Northwood
  2. Devon
    1. Plymouth Navel Base
    2. Poltimore Park Exeter ROC Group.  
    3. Hartland Point Rotor Radar Station.  
    4. Plymouth Borough Control Bunker.  
    5. Torquay Magistrates Court Bunker.  
    6. Hope Cove Bunker.
  3. Fife
    1. Pitreavie
  4. Hampshire
    1. Fort Southwick
  5. Bukinghamshire
    1. High Wycombe
  6. Greater London
    1. Ruislip
    2. West Drayton
  7. S. Yorkshire
    1. Bawtry
  8. Kent
    1. Dover Castel's tunnles
    2. Gravesend
    3. Chattham

Major cities and districts hit with 2 15kt nukes

  1. Cheshire
    1. Crewe
    2. Ellesmere Port
    3. Runcorne
    4. Warrington
    5. Maccelsfield
  2. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester
    2. Stockport
    3. Trafford
    4. Salford
    5. Rochdale
    6. Leigh
    7. Gorton
  3. Greater London
    1. Elephant & Castle
    2. Limehouse
    3. Thamesmead
    4. Shoreditch
    5. Kensington
    6. Southwark Park
    7. Regents Park
    8. Kentish Town
    9. Palace of Westminster
    10. Dagenham
    11. Bermondsy
    12. Hackney Wick
    13. Shadwell
    14. White City
    15. Fullham
    16. Brixton
    17. Northolt
    18. Hendon
    19. Dulwitch
    20. Croydon
    21. Lambeth
    22. Clapham
    23. Brixton
    24. Battersea
    25. Tooting Beck
    26. Tottenham Hale
    27. Brent Reseviour
    28. Castle Baynard
    29. W. Drayton
    30. Cannon Street (the one in the City of London)
    31. Clerkenwell
    32. Soho
    33. Chelsea
  4. W. Midlands
    1. Birmingham
    2. Coventry
    3. Wolverhampton
    4. Smethwick
    5. Dudley
    6. Oldbury
    7. Wendsbury
    8. Old Hill, Birmingham
    9. Merry Hill, Birmingham
    10. Gravelly Hill
    11. Hampstead, Birmingham
    12. Perry Barr
    13. Cradley Heath
    14. West Bromwich
    15. Dudley Port
    16. Halesowen
  5. Leicestershire
    1. Leicester
  6. Staffordshire
    1. Stafford
    2. Stoke-on-Trent
    3. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  7. N. Ireland
    1. Belfast
  8. W. Yorkshire
    1. Huddersfield
    2. Bradford
  9. Tyne and Wear
    1. Newcastle
    2. Gateshead
    3. Sunderland
    4. Walsend
    5. South Shields
  10. Kent
    1. Gillingham (the one in Kent)
    2. Rochester
    3. Chatham
    4. Maidstone
    5. Dartford
    6. Dover
    7. Ashford (the one in Kent)
  11. Mersyside
    1. Liverpool
    2. Bootle
    3. Birkenhead
    4. Huyton
    5. Toxtith
    6. Croxdith
  12. Gwent
    1. Newport (the one in Gwent)
  13. South Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff
  14. West Glamorgan
    1. Swansea
  15. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Bridgend
    2. Port Talbot
  16. Essex
    1. Greys
    2. Tilbury
    3. Southend-On-Sea
  17. Humberside
    1. Hull
    2. Scunthorpe
    3. Immingham
    4. Grimsbury
  18. Grampian
    1. Aberdeen
  19. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow
    2. E. Kilbride
    3. Cumbernaud
    4. Motherwell
    5. Camberslang
    6. Clydebank
  20. Lothian
    1. Edinburgh
    2. Lieth
  21. Fife
    1. Rosyth
    2. Kirkcaldy
  22. Cleveland
    1. Stockton-Upon-Tees
    2. Middlesbrough
    3. Teesside
  23. E. Sussex
    1. Brighton
    2. Hove
  24. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
    2. Gosport
  25. Hertfordshire
    1. Watford
  26. Berkshire
    1. Slough
    2. Reading
    3. Wokingham
  27. Derbyshire
    1. Derby
  28. Notinghamshire
    1. Nottingham
  29. Wilthshire
    1. Swindon
  30. Cambrdgshire
    1. Cambridge
  31. Surrey
    1. Guilford
    2. Wokeing
  32. E. Sussex
    1. Brighton
    2. Hove
    3. Crawley
  33. Oxfordshire
    1. Oxford
  34. Avon
    1. Bristol
    2. Avonmouth
    3. Portished
  35. Dorset
    1. Bornmouth
    2. Poole

Naval communications centers to be hit with a 10kt nuke

  1. Warwickshire
    1. Rugby
  2. Powys
    1. Criggion
  3. Cumbria
    1. Anthorn
  4. Lancashire
    1. Inskip
  5. Humberside
    1. New Waltham
  6. N. Ireland
    1. Londonderry
  7. Highland Region
    1. Thurso

USAF communications hub to be hit with 2 10kt nukes

  1. Northamptonshire
    1. RAF Croughton
  2. Oxfordshire
    1. Burford St. John RAF\USAF communications relay array
  3. Grampian
    1. RAF Edzel

Communications eavesdropping center to be hit with a 10kt nuke

  1. Gloucetershire
    1. Cheltenham
  2. N. Yorkshire
    1. RAF Menwith Hill

RAF planning center to be hit with a 10kt nuke

  1. Cambridgeshire
    1. RAF Upwood

Oil refineries and terminals that can be hit with a 10kt nuke-

  1. Grampian
    1. Aberdeen
  2. Strathclyde
    1. Finnart Ocean
  3. Central Region
    1. Grangemouth
  4. Highland region
    1. Nigg
  5. Orkneys
    1. Flotta Oil terminal
  6. Shetland
    1. Sullom Voe
  7. Fife
    1. Mossmorran
  8. Norfolk
    1. Bacton
  9. Hertfordshire
    1. Buncfeld
  10. Greater London
    1. Colnbrook
    2. Dagenham
  11. Cheshire
    1. Eastham
    2. Ellesmere Port
    3. Stanlow
  12. Hampshre
    1. Fawley
    2. Gosport
  13. Essex
    1. Greys
    2. Purfleat
    3. Shell Haven
    4. Thames Haven
    5. Corringham Marsh
    6. Croyton- Isel of Canvey
    7. West Thurrock
  14. Kent
    1. Isle of Grain Oil Refinery
  15. Hampshire
    1. Stanlowe
  16. Suffolk
    1. Yeopack- Great Yarmouth
  17. Humberside
    1. Immingham
  18. Dyfed
    1. Milford Haven
    2. Pembroke Dock
  19. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  20. Cleveland
    1. Teesside oil terminal
  21. Warwickshire
    1. Kingsbury
  22. Mersyide
    1. Tranmere
  23. Central Region
    1. Grangemouth oil

Steel mills and fabrication faciltaties that can be hit with a 10kt nuke-

  1. Humberside
    1. Scunthorpe Steelworks large scale steel fabrication plant.
  2. West Glamorgan
    1. Port Talbot Steelworks large scale steel fabrication plant.
  3. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Bridgend large scale steel fabrication plant.
  4. Gwent
    1. Newport- Llanwern steelworks
  5. Strathclyde
    1. Ravenscraig Steelworks- Motherwell
    2. Dalzell Steelworks- Motherwell
    3. Motherwell large scale steel fabrication plant.
    4. Wishaw large scale steel fabrication plant.
  6. Dyfed
    1. Llanelli Steelworks and large scale steel fabrication plant.
  7. Kent
    1. Sheerness Steelworks large scale steel fabrication plant.
  8. Cleveland
    1. Redcar steelworks
    2. Middelsbough steelworks

Atomic research facilities that can be hit with 2 10kt nukes-

  1. Berkshire
    1. Aldermarston atomic research establishments
  2. Cumbria
    1. Selafield atomic establishment
  3. Oxfordshire
    1. Cullham laboratories
  4. Harwell atomic research site

The top airports that can be hit with 2 10kt nukes-

  1. Avon
    1. Bristol City
  2. Surrey
    1. London Gatwick Airport
  3. Greater London
    1. London Heathrow Airport
    2. Stromport- London City Airport
  4. Essex
    1. London Stanstead Airport
    2. London Southend-Upon-Sea airport
  5. Bedfordshire
    1. Luton International Airport
  6. Leicestershire
    1. Kegworth- East Midlands Airport
  7. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester Ridgway Airport
  8. Tyne and wear
    1. Newcastle international airport
  9. S. Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff Airport
  10. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow International Airport
    2. Prestwick International Airport
  11. N. Ireland
    1. Belfast City Airport
    2. Belfast International Airport

Otherwise notable atomic bunkers that can be hit with 2 15kt nukes-

  1. Kent
    1. Tunbridge Wells
    2. Gravesham
  2. W. Midlands
    1. Anchor telephone exchange
  3. Strathclyde
    1. RNAD Coulport
  4. Lothian
    1. Kirkwelton
  5. Fife
    1. Anstruther
  6. Worcestershire
    1. Drakelow Tunnels
  7. Greater Manchester
    1. Guardian telephone exchange
  8. Ceshire
    1. Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker
  9. Essex
    1. Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker
  10. Greater London
    1. Kingsway telephone exchange
  11. Cambridgeshire
    1. Magic Mountain (bunker)
    2. RAF Alconbury
  12. Berkshire
    1. Region 6 War Room- Reading
  13. N. Yorkshire
    1. RAF Shipton
    2. Shipton (bunker)
    3. York Cold War Bunker
  14. Wiltshire
    1. MoD Corsham
    2. MoD Chillmark
    3. Hawthorne, hear Chilmark- Central Government War Headquarters
  15. Bukinghamshire
    1. High Wycombe RAF planning bunker
  16. Worcestrshire
    1. Wood Norton Hall
  17. Gloustershire
    1. Ullenwood
  18. Devon
    1. Poltimore Park Exeter ROC Group.
    2. Plymouth Borough Control Bunker.  
    3. Torquay Magistrates Court Bunker.  
    4. Hope Cove Bunker.
  19. Mersyside
    1. Southport
  20. Avon
    1. Bristol
    2. Bath

SAS base to be hit with a 10kt nuke

  1. Herefordshire
    1. Bradbury Lines in Hereford

Military manufacturing hubs that can be hit with a 10kt nuke-

  1. Cleveland
    1. Hartlepool
    2. Middlesbrough
    3. Stockton-upon-Tees
    4. Teesside
  2. Gloucestershire
    1. Gloucester
  3. Derbyshire
    1. Sinfin
  4. W. Midlands
    1. Longbridge
  5. Oxfordshire
    1. Prodirve- Banbury
    2. Moriss Cowley- Oxford
  6. Devon
    1. Plymouth
  7. Cornwall
    1. Devonport
  8. Greater London
    1. Dagenham Engine Works
  9. Hampshire
    1. Southampton
  10. Strathclyde
    1. Glasgow
    2. Paisley
    3. Kaverner- Glasgow
  11. Lothian
    1. Edinburgh
  12. Central Region
    1. Falkirk
  13. Fife
    1. Rosyth
  14. Cumbria
    1. VSEL- Barrow-in-Furness
  15. Hertfordshire
    1. Watford
  16. S. Yorkshire
    1. Sheffield
  17. S. Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff
  18. N. Ireland
    1. Belfast
  19. Berkshire
    1. Slough
    2. Wokingham
    3. Reading
    4. Braknell
  20. Avon
    1. Bristol
  21. Wiltshire
    1. Swindon
  22. E. Sussex
    1. Crawley
  23. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester
    2. Stockport
    3. Oldham
    4. Bolton

Navy bases to be hit with a 15kt nukes

  1. Greater London
    1. Royal Arsenal, Woolwich
    2. Royal Naval College, Greenwich
  2. Devon
    1. Britannia Royal Naval College

Army bases to be hit with a 15kt nukes

  1. Warwickshire
    1. MOD Kineton
  2. Goucestershire
    1. Tewksbury
  3. Oxfordshire
    1. MOD\BOD Bicester
  4. N. Yorkshire
    1. Catterick
  5. Devon
    1. Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (CTCRM), near the villages of Lympstone and Exton.
  6. Essex
    1. MOD Pigs Bay
  7. Berkshire
    1. Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Sandhurst
  8. Essex
    1. Colchester Garrison

Strategic tunnels that can be hit with a 10kt strike

  1. Essex\Kent
    1. The Dartford Tunnel
  2. Kent
    1. Dover Castle's tunnles
  3. Mersyside
    1. The Mersey Tunnel
  4. Worcestershire
    1. Draklow Tunnels
  5. Gwent/Gloucestershire
    1. Severn Tunnel

Strategic bridges that can be hit with a 10kt strike

  1. Humberside
    1. Humber Bridge
  2. Fife\Lothian
    1. Forth Rail Bridge
    2. Forth Road Bridge
  3. Gwent/Gloucestershire
    1. Severn Road Bridge

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Civilian manufacturing hubs that can be hit with a 15kt nuke-

  1. Warwickshire
    1. Bledworth
    2. Rugby
    3. Nuneaton
  2. Devon
    1. Plymouth
    2. Exeter
  3. Cleveland
    1. Hartlepool
    2. Middlesbrough
    3. Stockton-upon-Tees
    4. Teesside
  4. Wiltshire
    1. Swindon
  5. S. Yorkshire
    1. Sheffield Forge-masters- Sheffield
    2. Sheffield Brightside
    3. Rotherham
    4. Doncaster
    5. Barnsley
  6. W. Yorkshire
    1. Leeds
    2. Bradford
    3. Wakefield
    4. Huddersfield
    5. Morley (the one in W. Yorkshire)
  7. Greater Manchester
    1. Trafford
    2. Manchester
    3. Stockport
    4. Oldham
    5. Bolton
    6. Longsite railway goods yard and engineering works
  8. Nottinghamshire
    1. Mansfield
    2. Nottingham
  9. Derbyshire
    1. Derby
    2. Chestrfield
    3. Bolsover
    4. Sinfin
  10. W. Midlands
    1. Wendsbury
    2. Longbridge
    3. Sandwell
    4. Dudley
    5. Coventry
    6. Birmingham
    7. Wolverhampton
    8. Tipton
    9. Sandwell
    10. Walsall
  11. Oxfordshire
    1. Prodirve- Banbury
    2. Moriss Cowley- Oxford
  12. Fife
    1. Rosyth
    2. Kirkcaldy
  13. Strathclyde
    1. Kaverner- Glasgow
    2. Ravenscrage- Glasgow
    3. Camberslang
    4. E. Kilbride
  14. Greater London
    1. Wapping
    2. Dagenham Engine Works
  15. Cleveland
    1. Teeside
    2. Redcar
    3. Middelsborugh
    4. Stockton-upon-Tees
  16. Cheshire
    1. Ellsmire Port
    2. Middelwich- New Cheshire Salt Works
  17. Cambridgeshire
    1. Peterbough
  18. Hertfordshire
    1. Stevenage
    2. Hertfotd
    3. Watford
  19. Berkshire
    1. Slough
    2. Wokingham
    3. Reading
    4. Braknell
  20. Avon
    1. Bristol
    2. Avonmouth
  21. Durham
    1. Durham
  22. S. Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff
  23. Gwent
    1. Newport (the one in Gwent)
    2. Swansea
    3. Port Talbot
  24. N. Ireland
    1. Belfast
  25. Lancashire
    1. Blackburn
  26. Cumbria
    1. Barrow-in-Furness
    2. Carlisle
  27. Kent
    1. Dover
    2. Gravesend
    3. Dartford
    4. Tumbridge Wells
  28. E. Sussex
    1. Crawley
  29. Oxfordshire
    1. Oxford
  30. Cheshire
    1. Crewe
    2. Ellesmere Port

Transport hubs that can be hit with a 10 kt nuke-

  1. S. Yorkshire
    1. Sheffield Halam (road and rail)
    2. Rotherham (road and rail)
    3. Doncaster (road and rail)
    4. Barnsley (road and rail)
  2. W. Yorkshire
    1. Leeds (road and rail)
    2. Bradford (road and rail)
    3. Wakefield (road and rail)
    4. Huddersfield (road and rail)
    5. Morley (the one in W. Yorkshire) (road and rail)
    6. Pudsey (road)
    7. Shipley (road and rail)
    8. Churwell (road)
  3. Cleveland
    1. Hartlepool (road, rail and sea)
    2. Middlesbrough (road, rail and sea)
    3. Stockton-upon-Tees (road, rail and sea)
    4. Teesside (road, rail and sea)
  4. Dyfed
    1. Milford Haven (road, sea and rail)
    2. Pembroke Dock (road, sea and rail)
    3. Haverford West (road and rail)
    4. Llanelli (road and rail)
  5. Gwyned (mainland part)
    1. Bangor (the one in Wales) (road, sea and rail)
    2. Hollyhead (sea)
  6. S. Glamorgan
    1. Cardiff Gate (road)
    2. Cardiff Docks (sea and road)
  7. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Port Talbot (sea, road and rail)
  8. W. Glmorgan
    1. Swansea (sea, road, rail)
  9. Gwent
    1. Newport (the one in Gwent) (road, sea, rail)
  10. Powys
    1. Pembroke dock (road, sea and rail)
    2. Milford Haven (road, sea and rail)
  11. Clwyd
    1. Wrexham (road and rail)
    2. Flint (road and rail)
  12. Bedfordshire
    1. Bedford (road and rail)
    2. Luton (road and Rail)
  13. Surrey
    1. Guildford (rail and road)
    2. Wokeing (rail and road)
    3. Redhill (rail and road)
    4. Dorking (rail and road)
    5. Leatherhead (road and rail)
    6. Egham (road and rail)
    7. Staines (road and rail)
    8. Three Bridges (road and real)
  14. E. Sussex
    1. Brighton (rail and road)
    2. Eastbourne (rail and road)
    3. Crawley (road and rail)
  15. Gloucestershire
    1. Gloucester (rail)
    2. Hucclecote (road)
    3. Cranham Gate\Ermin Park (road)
  16. Northamptonshire
    1. Northampton (road and rail)
  17. Essex
    1. Harwich (sea)
    2. Thames Haven (sea)
    3. Tilbury Dock (road, rail and sea)
    4. Perfleet (sea, road and rail)
    5. Chelmsford (road and rail)
    6. Harlow (road and rail)
    7. Basildon (road and rail)
  18. Kent
    1. Dover (sea, road and rail)
    2. Greenhithe (sea)
    3. Seven Oaks (road and rail)
    4. Ashford (the one in Kent) (road and rail)
    5. Folkstone (sea, road and rail)
    6. Northfleet (sea)
    7. Gravesend (sea, road and rail)
    8. Dartford (road and rail)
    9. Tumbridge Wells (road and rail)
    10. Sheerness Docks (sea, road and rail)
  19. Hampshire
    1. Basingstoke (road and rail)
    2. Gosport (sea)
    3. Plymouth (sea)
    4. Southampton (sea, road and rail)
  20. Isel of Wight
    1. Ryde (sea, road and rail)
    2. Newport (the one on the I.O.W.) (road)
  21. Cheshire
    1. Manchester Ship Canal in Runcorne district (sea)
    2. Weston Pint Docks (sea)
    3. Runcorne Docks (sea)
    4. The Eastham Locks (sea)
    5. Crewe (road, rail)
    6. Chester (road, rail)
    7. Warrington (road, rail)
    8. Runcorne (road, rail)
    9. Ellesmere Port (sea, road and rail)
    10. Maccelsfield (road and rail)
  22. Hertfordshire
    1. Watford (rail)
    2. Briket Wood (road)
    3. Stevenage (road and rail)
  23. Lothian
    1. Lieth (sea)
    2. Linlithgow (road and rail)
    3. Edinburgh (sea, road and rail)
  24. Central Region (road and rail)
    1. Grangemouth (road, sea and rail)
    2. Falkirk (road and rail)
    3. Stirling (road and rail)
  25. Fife
    1. Inverkiving (road and rail)
  26. Strathclyde
    1. Kirkintilloch (road)
    2. Clydebank (road and rail)
    3. Motherwell (road and rail)
    4. Coatbridge (road and rail)
    5. Cumbernaud (road and rail)
    6. Ayr (road, sea and rail)
    7. Glasgow (road, sea and rail)
    8. Greenock (road, sea and rail)
    9. Bargeddie (road and rail)
    10. Motherwell (road and rail)
    11. Lanark (road and rail)
    12. Biggar (road)
  27. Dumfries & Galloway
    1. Stranrea (sea)
  28. Tayside
    1. Perth (road, sea and rail)
    2. Dundee (road, sea and rail)
  29. Grampian
    1. Aberdeen (road, sea and rail)
  30. Highland Region (road, sea and rail)
    1. Inverness (road, sea and rail)
  31. The Western Isles
    1. Stornoway (sea)
  32. Buckinghamshire
    1. Milton Keynes (road and rail)
    2. High Wycombe (road and rail)
    3. Beaconsfield (road and rail)
    4. Buckingham (road and rail)
    5. Aylesbury (road and rail)
  33. Derbyshire
    1. Derby (road and rail)
    2. Chesterfield (road and rail)
    3. Workswirth (road)
  34. Northumbria
    1. Hexham (road and rail)
    2. Blythe (road)
  35. Avon
    1. Royal Portbury Docks (road, sea and rail)
    2. Bristol Temple Meads (road and rail)
    3. Bath (road and rail)
    4. Avonmouth (road, sea and rail)
  36. Nottinghamshire
    1. Long Eaton (road and rail)
    2. Worksop (road and rail)
    3. Sutton-in-Ashfield (road)
    4. Mansfield (road)
    5. Warsop (road)
    6. Clipstone Colliery Sidings railway station (rail)
    7. Clipstone (road and rail)
    8. Nottingham (road and rail)
  37. W. Midlands
    1. Spaghetti Junction (road)
    2. Birmingham Snow Hill (rail and road)
  38. Suffolk
    1. Lowestoft (sea, road and rail)
    2. Felixstow (sea, road and rail)
    3. Ipswich (road and rail)
  39. Norfolk
    1. Great Yarmouth (sea, road and rail)
    2. Norwich (road and rail)
  40. N. Yorkshire
    1. York (rail and road)
    2. Selby (rail and road)
    3. Northallerton (road and rail)
    4. Cattrick (road)
    5. Todmorden (road)
  41. Humberside
    1. Albert Dock (Hull) (sea)
    2. Queens dock (sea)
    3. Alexandra dock (sea)
    4. Hull (road, rail and sea)
    5. Immingham (road, rail and sea)
    6. Grimsby (road and sea)
  42. Merseyside
    1. Liverpool (sea, road, rail)
    2. Birkenhead (sea, road, rail)
    3. Liverpool City Docks (sea)
    4. Albert Dock (Liverpool) (sea)
    5. Victoria Dock (Liverpool) (sea)
  43. Greater Manchester
    1. Manchester Victoria (road, rail)
    2. Manchester Piccadilly (road, rail)
    3. Stockport (sea, road, rail)
    4. Kickety Brock (road)
    5. Wiggan (road, rail)
    6. Longsite railway goods yard and engineering works (rail)
  44. Berkshire
    1. Slough (rail and road)
    2. Wokingham (rail and road)
    3. Reading (rail and road)
    4. Bracknell (rail and road)
    5. Windsor (rail and road)
    6. Newbury (rail and road)
  45. Wilthshire
    1. Swindon (rail and road)
  46. Cambrdgshire
    1. Cambridge (rail and road)
    2. Peterborough (rail and road)
  47. County Durham
    1. Durham (rail and road)
    2. Chester-le-Street (road and rail)
    3. Darlington (road and rail)
  48. N. Ireland
    1. Belfast (road, sea and rail)
    2. Antrim (road)
    3. Derry\Londonderry (road, sea and rail)
    4. Carrickfurgus (road)
    5. Downpatrick (road)
  49. Lancashire
    1. Chorley (rail and road)
    2. Blackburn (road)
    3. Preston (road and rail)
    4. Lancaster (road and rail)
  50. Grampian
    1. Aberdeen (road, sea and rail)
  51. Devon
    1. Exeter (road, sea and rail)
    2. Plymouth (road, sea and rail)
  52. Tayside
    1. Perth (road and rail)
    2. Dundee (road, sea and rail)
  53. Cumbria
    1. Barrow-in-Furness (road, sea and rail)
    2. Carlisle (road and rail)
    3. Whitehaven (road, sea and rail)
  54. Argyle and Bute
    1. Oban (road, sea and rail)
  55. Staffordshire
    1. Burton-upon-Trent (road and rail)
    2. Tamworth (road and rail)
    3. Stoke-on-Tent (road and rail)
    4. Stafford (road and rail)
  56. W. Sussex
    1. Brighton (road and rail)
  57. E. Sussex
    1. Crawley (road and rail)
  58. Oxfordshire
    1. Oxford (road and rail)
  59. Warwickshire
    1. Warwick (road and rail)
    2. Nuneaton (road and rail)
    3. Bledworth (road and rail)
    4. Rugby (road and rail)
    5. Leaminton Spa (road and rail)
  60. Gloucestershire
    1. Cheltenham (road and rail)
    2. Gloucester (road and rail)
  61. Greater London
    1. Clapham Junction (rail)
    2. Harmondsworh Moore (road)
    3. Willesden Junction (rail)
    4. Stretham Common Junction (rail)
    5. East Croydon Rail Junction (rail)
    6. Dagenhan (road and rail)
    7. Dagenham Dock (road, rail and sea)
    8. The Hale\Mill Laine (road and rail)
    9. Wormwood Scrubs (road and rail)
    10. Lambeth (road, sea and rail)
    11. Ealing (road and rail)
    12. East Croydon (road and rail)
    13. Stratford (the one in London) (road and rail)
    14. Clapham Junction (road and rail)
    15. Kentish Town (road and rail)
    16. Dulwich (road and rail)
    17. Stratford (the one in London)
    18. White City (road and rail)
    19. Bermondsey (road and rail)
    20. Aldwych (road and rail)
    21. Catford (road and rail)
    22. Soho (road)
    23. Willsden railway junction (rail)
    24. Hackney Wick (road and rail)
    25. Shadwell (road and rail)
    26. White City (road and rail)
    27. Fullham (road and rail)
    28. Brixton (road and rail)
    29. Hendon (road and rail)
    30. Ealing Broadway (road and rail)
    31. Willesden (road)
    32. Elephant & Castle (road and rail)
    33. Stonebridge Park (road and rail)
    34. Limehouse (road and rail)
    35. Thamesmead (road and rail)
    36. Clerkenwell (road and rail)
    37. Plumstead (road and rail)
    38. Farringdon (the one in London) (road and rail)
    39. Cannon Street (the one in London) (road and rail)
    40. Mitcham railway junction (rail)
    41. Clappham railway station and junction complex (rail)
    42. Kentish Town (rail)
    43. Hainger Lane (road)
    44. West Brompton (rail)
    45. Knightbridge (road)
    46. Vauxhaul (road and rail)

Power Stations to be hit with a 5kt nuke

  1. Fife
    1. Longannet
  2. Lothian
    1. Torness
  3. Highland region
    1. Dounrea
  4. Suffolk
    1. Sizwell
  5. N. Yorkshire
    1. Drax
  6. Kent
    1. Dungeness
    2. Isel of Grain
  7. Oxfordshire
    1. Didcot
  8. Essex
    1. Tilbury
  9. Wales
    1. Trawsfynydd
    2. Wylfa
  10. Cheshire
    1. Fiddler's Ferry
  11. Berkshire
    1. Slough
  12. Kent
    1. Littlebrook Power Station
  13. Nottinghamshire
    1. High Marnham power station

Coal mining complexes to be hit with a 5kt nuke

  1. North Yorkshire
    1. Selby group
  2. Staffordshire
    1. Trentham
  3. Fife
    1. Kirkcaldy
  4. W. Midlands
    1. West Bromwich
    2. Oldbury
    3. Smethwick
  5. Mid Glamorgan
    1. Aberdare
  6. Greater Manchester
    1. Leigh
  7. Warwickshire
    1. Atherstone
    2. Baddersly
    3. Polesworth
  8. Staffordshire
    1. Trentham
  9. Mid Glamorgan
    1. The Rhoda Valley pits
  10. Nottinghamshire
    1. Clipstone Colliery
    2. Stanton Hill Colliery

Populations by county and constituent nation.

This is the list of all populations by county, districts, London boroughs and constituent nation. Due to the hammering England, southern Wales and the Scottish Central Belt got, many urban areas are either minimally populated or empty. Some counties have gained population as people fled there from elsewhere. If the population is under 3% it's good singe that the place is permanently f**ked and you should keep out of there!

Scotland

Scottish counties
Name 1983 Pop', Approx. Pop', Approx (2022). % Difference in population between both dates.
Shetland 22,913 20,500 89%
Orkney 19,338 16,750 86%
Dumfries and Galloway 146,810 175,000 119%
Western Isles 31,048 26,750 86%
Highland Region 200,608 175,500 87%
Eastwood, Renfrew, Inverclyde Council's areas only. 366,509 45,000 12%
Cunninghame, Kilmarnock and Loudoun and Kyle and Carrick Council's areas only. 309,958 375,000 120%
Cumbernauld, Monklands and Motherwell Council's areas only. 341,691 25,000 7%
East Kilbride and Hamilton Council's areas only. 255,200 67,500 26%
Clydesdale Council's area only. 54,758 75.500 137%
Argyll, Clydebank and Dumbarton Council's areas only. 172,179 11,500 6%
Bearsden and Milngavie, and Strathkelvin Council's areas only. 109,684 14,000 12%
Glasgow City 645,143 17,750 2%
Stirling District. 80,261 97,500 121%
Clackmannanshire. 48,218 58,500 121%
Falkirk District 145,146 50,500 34%
Borders Region 102,141 125,000 122%
Mid and East Lothian 164,292 142,000 86%
West Lothian 139,204 95,500 68%
City of Edinburgh 445,985 25,500 5%
Fife 344,590 175,500 50%
City of Dundee 169,581 25,500 15%
Tayside (less Dundee City) 227,474 215,500 94%
Grampian (less Aberdeen City) 272,005 265,000 97%
City of Aberdeen 212,494 40,000 18%
Total: 5,035,000 2,208,500 43%

N. Ireland

N. Irish counties
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Antrim (excluding Belfast City Council's zone) 294,208 255,500 86%
County Down 417,978 387,750 92%
County Fermanagh 51,594 66,594 129%
Tyrone 150,729 177,406 117%
Armagh 133,230 125,815 94%
Derry/Londonderry 197,278 165,500 83%
Belfast City 297,983 26,500 8%
Total: 1,543,000 1,245,000 80%

Wales

Welsh counties
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Gwent (Less Newport (the one in Gwent).) 309,400 81,500 26%
Newport (the one in Gwent) 132,400 2,250 1%
Cardiff 286,800 2,250 0.78%
Vale of Glamorgan 90,700 24,500 27%
Mid Glamorgan (excluding Bridgend district) 404,600 27,5000 6%
Bridgend 126,200 5,500 4%
Neath and Port Talbot 142,700 20,000 14%
Swansea 299,300 5,500 1%
Pembrokeshire 107,400 30,000 27%
Ceredigion 61,000 15,000 24%
Carmarthenshire 165,100 100,000 60%
Powys 113,300 70,000 61%
Anglesey 68,000 42,500 61%
Mainland Gwynedd 168,300 136,000 80%
Clwyd 397,900 257,750 64%
Total: 2,791,851 1,167,000 41%

The Isle of Man

Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Isle of Man 63,772 62,500 98%
Total 63,772 62,500 98%

The British Channel Islands

Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Guernsey 53,268 48,500 91%
Jersey 76,050 72,650 95%
Alderney 2,086 2,000 95%
Sark 586? (no records were taken between 1972 and 2007). 580? 98%
Brecqhou 6? (no records were taken between 1931 and 2001). 7? 116%
Herm 37 38 102%
Lihou 0 5 100%
Jethou 8 10 125% .
Total: 128,982. 122,000. 94%

Greater London

Greater London
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Grater London 6.8 million 543,500 7%
Outer London 4.2 million 515,500 12%
Inner London (the parts closest to the Lea and Thames mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 2.5 million 48,000 2%
The City (corporate) of London (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 4,600 0 0%
Croydon LB (mostly in the south) 320,700 7,750 2.4%
Lewisham LB (mostly in the far south) 237,500 650 0.27%
Hammersmith and Fullham (the south of it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 150,200 1,250 0.83%
Dagenham and Barking (the south of it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 161,300 1,750 (mostly in the north) 1%
Newham (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 211,900 750 (mostly in the N.E.) 0.49%
Lambeth (it's coastline mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 251,700 550 (mostly in the far south) 0.21%
Southwark (it's coastline mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 218,800 0 0%
Hackney (the east and north east reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 185,200 500 0.26%
Haringey LB (mostly in the far west) 233,600 7,500 3%
Harrow LB 134,400 7,500 5%
Merton LB 167,600 12,750 7%
Wandsworth LB 252,242 26,500 (mostly in the south west and west) 10%
Enfield LB 260,900 27,500 10%
Hounslow LB 201,000 14,500 (mostly in the S.W.) 7%
Waltham Forest LB 217,200 12,750 5%
Redbribge LB 221,800 26,500 11%
Ealing LB 278,671 13,500 4%
Barnet LB 295,200 15,500 5%
Hillingdon LB 233,600 25,500 (mostly in the center and far north) 10%
Bromley LB 206,900 25,250 (mostly in the S.E.) 12%
Sutton LB 170,200 28,500 16%
Richmond LB 164,800 18,500 (mostly in the south, west and center) 11%
Kingston LB 134,400 28,500 21%
Havering LB 242,000 24,500 (mostly in the north and east) 10%
Greenwich LB 209,868 12,500 (mostly in the S.E.) 5%
Brent LB 251,249 15,000 (mostly in the far N.W). 5%
Bexley LB 214,352 6,500 (mostly in the South). 3%
Tower Hamlets (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned) 144,700 750 0.51%
Westminster (the south of it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned), Kensington and Chelsea (the south of it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned), Islington (the south of it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned, Camden (the south of it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned) and the City (corporate) of London (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned) Various levels 0 0%
Population Totals (approx) 6.8 million 546,000 7%

Yorkshire and the Humber

Yorkshire and the Humber
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Richmondshire and Craven Districts 91,430 115,000 125%
Selby District 62,300 56,000 89%
Hambelton District 75,100 96,750 128%
Ryedale and Scarbough Districts 146,000 145,000 99%
Harrogate 136,600 100,000 73%
City of York 158,170 12,500 7%
The City of Sheffield 547,500 45,500 8%
Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley 770,100 95,000 12%
The Cities of Leeds and Bradford 1,182,000 57,500 4%
The City of Wakefield, Kirklees and Calderdale 884,000 100,000 11%
Humberside East Yorkshire- 271,600, Hull- 273,700, North Lincolnshire- 385,000 East Yorkshire- 235,000, Hull- 25,500, North Lincolnshire- 145,500 East Yorkshire- 86%, Hull- 9%, North Lincolnshire- 38%
Population Totals (approx) 4,778,000 1,278,000 26%

English South Coast

English South Coast
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Swale and Canterbury 233,300 62,500 26%
Ashford (the one in Kent) 86,900 8,500 9%
Folkestone and Hythe 86,100 42,500 49%
Tonbridge and Malling, and Seven Oaks Districts 207,800 15,500 7%
Maidstone 130,000 2,750 2%
Isle of Thanet 121,800 2,500 2%
Dover 103,500 4,500 4%
Tunbridge Wells 98,700 4,500 4%
Dartford (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 81,300 3,500 4%
Rochester-upon-Medway, Chatham and Gravesend (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 245,300 1,575 0.64%
Spelthorn District 91,000 15,500 17%
Mole Valey 77,500 55,500 71%
Waverly 112,000 98,500 87%
Epsom and Ewell 69,300 35,500 51%
Runeymead 72,800 45,500 62%
Surrey Heath 76,000 48,500 63%
Elmbridge 112,400 45,500 40%
Guilford 124,900 45,500 36%
Wokeing 82,000 15,500 18%
Rigate and Banstead 117,100 75,000 64%
Tandridge 75,900 65,500 86%
Adur District 58,600 22,500 38%
Crawley 82,100 38,500 41%
Brighton 237,300 36,500 15%
E. Sussex (less the City and District of Brighton and Hove, and Lewes District) 348,700 257,500 73%
Lewes District 78,900 56,500 71%
Mid Sussex 117,300 75,500 48%
Chichester District, Horsham District and Worthing Borough Districts 410,100 200,500 48%
Eastleigh 92,900 7,500 8%
Basingstoke and Dean, Rushmore and Heart 288,900 28,500 9%
Test Valley 92,000 25,500 27%
Winchester 93,000 30,000 30%
Fearham 89,000 7,600 8%
East Hampshire 91,700 50,000 54%
Havant 155,700 12,500 8%
New Forest 145,200 75,500 51%
Southampton City 198,852 0 0%
Portsmouth City 191,400 0 0%
Gosport District 77,900 0 0%
Isle of Wight 129,000 195,000 151%
Population Totals (approx) 4,654,331 1,657,500 35%

English South Midlands

English South Midlands
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Bedfordshire 497,639 127,500 25%
Hertfordshire (less East Hertfordshitre, North Hertfordshire and Stevanage. 675,800 100,000 14%
East Hertfordshire, North Hertfordshire and Stevanage. 293,400 98,500 33%
Population Totals (approx) 1,492,639 326,000 21%

English East Midlands

English East Midlands
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Licestershire (less Melton Mowbray and Oadby and Wigston). Districts) 446,000 225,500 49%
Melton Mowbray District 43,500 40,000 91%
Oadby and Wigston 53,100 5,500 10%
Leicester 283,100 9,500 3%
Rutland 33,000 25,000 75%
Lindsey 183,300 125,500 68%
Kesteven 178,600 97,500 54%
Boston and Holland (it's coastline mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 114,700 100,500 87%
Lincoln 76,500 7,500 9%
Derbyshire (less Derby City, High Peak and Derbyshire Dales) 527,549 42,500 8%
High Peak and Derbyshire Dales 150,200 100,000 66%
Nottinghamshire (less Bassetlaw, Nottingham city and, Newark and Sherwood) 485,834 33,500 6%
Bassetlaw and Newark and Sherwood 203,700 95,000 46%
City of Derby 217,400 2,500 1%
City of Nottingham 278,200 3,500 1%
City of Northampton 152,258 28,500 18%
S. Northamptonshire 63,552 26,500 41%
Northamptonshire (excluding the City of Northampton and S. Northamptonshire) 455,453 255,500 56%
Population Totals (approx) 3,593,121 1,243,500 34%

North East England

North East England
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
City of Sunderland 298,100 6,500 2%
S. Tyneside 161,900 10,000 6%
City of Newcastel-Upon-Tyne 284,200 5,750 2%
City of Gateshead 213,400 5,500 2%
N. Tyneside 198,700 12,500 6%
Northumberland 299,100 345,500 115%
Cleveland 558,820 77,500 13%
Durham 610,500 475,750 77%
Population Totals (approx) 2,469,908 1,439,000 58%

The Thames Valley

The Thames Valley
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
W. Oxfordshire 81,700 42,500 59%
S. Oxfordshire 117,100 35,500 30%
Cherwell 109,200 42,500 38%
Vale of White Horse 103,500 128,500 121%
City of Oxford 130,800 16,500 12%
Slough 100,700 5,500 5%
Reading 137,400 6,500 4%
Windsor and Maidenhead 137,400 38,500 28%
Brackell 84,700 39,500 46%
W. Berkshire 122,600 45,500 37%
Wokenham 117,000 38,500 32%
City of Milton Keynes 126,000 57,500 45%
Aylesbury Vale Districts 127,031 96,500 75%
Chiltern District 89,664 58,500 65%
South Bucks District 60,643 8,500 14%
Wycombe District 153,331 10,500 6%
Population Totals (approx) 1,716,398 636,500 37%

The West Country

The West Country
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Northavon and Kingswood 203,100 14,500 7%
Woodspring 162,900 8,500 5%
Wansdyke and Bath 161,506 7,500 4%
Bristol City 401,200. 2,500. 0.62%.
Somerset 520,000 395,500 75%
Cornwall less Caradon District 438,000 350,000 79%
Caradon District 62,000 25,000 40%
Isles of Scilly 2,000 2,200 110%
E. Devon 107,700 47,750 44%
Teignbridge 95,800 33,500 34%
W. Devon 42,000 56,500 134%
N. Devon, Mid Devon and Torridge 339,383 440,000 129%
Torbay 113,100 2,500 2%
South Hams 66,700 17,500 26%
City of Exeter 100,600 28,500 28%
Plymouth City 253,300 0% 0%
West Dorset, North Dorset, Purbeck and East Dorset Disticts 243,781 300,000 123%
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Districts 302,200 172,500 57%
Weymouth and Portland District 52,819 2,500 4%
Kennet District, North Wiltshire and Salisbury Districts 308,039 220,000 71%
West Wiltshire District 66,500 55,500 83%
Swindon 129,461 58,500 45%
Gloucester 100,200 5,250 5%
Cheltenham 102,800 6,250 6%
Cotswold, Tewksbury and Stroud Districts 230,000 75,000 32%
Forest of Dean District 73,200 77,500 105%
Population Totals (approx) 4,521,883 2,386,600 52%

East Anglia

East Anglia
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
City of Peterborough 133,800 88,000 65%
East Cambridgeshire 54,000 28,000 51%
South Cambridgeshire 108,000 100,000 92%
City of Cambridge 101,000 1,500 1%
Huntingdonshire 125,200 1,500 1%
Fenland District (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 66,500 30,000 45%
Brentwood District 72,500 12,500 17%
Rochford (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 73,700 46,500 63%
Uttlesford District 62,300 48,500 77%
Colchester District 138,900 110,000 79%
Braintree District 112,600 100,000 88%
Basildon District 152,500 89,500 58%
Harlow District 79,600 65,000 81%
Epping Forest District 116,100 100,000 86%
Chelmsford District 139,600 135,000 96%
Maldon District 48,300 50,000 103%
Castel Point (it's coastline mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 86,800 6,500 7%
Tendring 114,000 15,500 13%
Southend-on-Sea City 157,600 1,575 0.99%
Thurrock District (it mostly reverted to mostly swampland and muddy islands, so it is later largely abandoned). 127,400 1,555 1%
North Norfolk 83,300 90,000 90%
Broadland 96,700 87,500 108%
Breckland 98,100 55,750 56%
King's Lynn and West Norfolk 122,000 15,500 12%
South Norfolk 95,200 64,500 67%
The City of Norwich 117,495 5,575 4%
Great Yarmouth District 81,400 5,500 6%
Ipswich City 120,100 25,500 21%
Babergh District 74,000 65,000 87%
Mid Suffolk District 70,700 65,750 92%
Suffolk Coastal District 41,633 37,750 90%
Waveney District 97,167 6,500 6.6%
Forest Heath district and St Edmundsbury Districts 139,800 75,000 47%
Population Totals (approx) 3,285,000 1,752,555 53%

English West Midlands

English West Midlands
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates
Shropshire 365,355 444,000 121%
Staffordshire Moorlands 95,900 97,500 101%
Stoke-on-Trent 252,300 27,500 (mostly in the far south) 10%
Newcastle-under-Lyme (mostly in the west and southwest) 120,600 48,500 40%
Staffordshire (less Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stoke-on-Trent and Stafforshire Moorlands) 549,300 375,000 68%
Stratford-on-Avon and Warwick. 215,900 125,000 57%
Nuneaton and Bedworth, and N. Warwickshire 179,100 100,000 55%
Rugby 87,500 25,000 28%
Birmingham City District 996,365 12,500 1%
Coventry 319,000 25,000 7%
Solihull 198,600 100,000 50%
The Black Country 1,091,035 125,500 11%
Hereford 140,000 157,250 112%
Worchester 430,000 157,500 36%
Population Totals (approx) 4,975,890 1,847,750 37%

North West England

North West England
Name 1983 Pop', Approx Pop', Approx (2022) % Difference in population between both dates.
Cheshire, less Warrington and Halton Districts 639,400 145,000 22%
Halton District 123,600 8,500 6%
Warrington District 170,200 9,750 5%
Carlisle 101,000 47,500 47%
South Lakeland 94,100 47,500 50%
Eden 43,700 56,500 129%
Allerdale 95,700 105,000 109%
Barrow-in-Furness 73,400 2,500 3%
Copeland 72,900 5,500 7%
Manchester City 459,200 58,750 (mostly in the far south) 12%
Wigan Metropolitan District 307,721 85,500 27%
Oldham Metropolitan District 221,400 15,500 7%
Rochdale Metropolitan District 200,800 10,500 5%
Bury Metropolitan District 177,100 75,500 42%
Bolton Metropolitan District 262,100 125,000 47%
Trafford Metropolitan District 222,900 10,500 5%
Salford Metropolitan District 249,200 10,700 4%
Stockport Metropolitan District 292,600 19,500 6%
Thameside Metropolitan District 218,600 18,500 8%
Lancashire (excluding the boroughs of Burnley, Hyndburn, Rossendale, West Lancashire, Chorley and Blackburn) 995,200 689,000 69%
Boroughs of Burnley, Hyndburn and Rossendale 177,300 78,000 43%
Blackburn and Derwnt City and Borugh 139,435 57,500 41%
West Lancashire and Chorley 199,800 85,500 42%
Knowsley 173,600 27,500 15%
Sefton 300,100 88,500 29%
Birkenhead 340,000 68,500 20%
Liverpool City 517,000 58,500 11%
St. Helens Borough 190,800 78,500 41%
Population Totals (approx) 6,569,890 2,141,500 32%

The reclamation status of some irradiated and\or nuked places

These places will remain uninhabitable for ever:
  1. Places hit with over 1mt in total nukes.
    1. The City Corporate of London.
    2. Kensington and Chelsea LB.
    3. City of Westminster LB.
    4. Camden LB.
    5. Islington LB.
    6. Tower Hamlets LB except for a few places in the north.
    7. Battersea.
    8. The south west of Hackney LB.
    9. The north of Southwark LB.
    10. The north of Lambeth LB.
    11. The north of Lewishsm LB.
    12. Brixton.
    13. Plymouth.
    14. Southampton.
    15. Birmingham.
    16. Bristol.
These places will remain uninhabitable for a 2220:
  1. Places hit with a 1mt nuke or a 1mt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 2145:
  1. Places hit with 500kt or over and under 1mt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 2120:
  1. Places hit with over 200kt and under 500kt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 2070:
  1. Places hit with 1 200kt or 2 100kt nukes or up to 200kt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 2030:
  1. Places hit with 1 150kt nuke or up to 150kt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 2020:
  1. Anywhere hit with 1 100kt nuke or up to 100kt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 1998:
  1. Anywhere hit with between 21kt and 99kt in total nukes.
These places will remain uninhabitable to about 1984:
  1. Anywhere hit with 20kt or under in total nukes.

As for the level of devastation of rest of the Northern Hemisphere!

  • Austria- Heavy
  • Belgium- Severe
  • France- Heavy
  • FRG- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • GDR- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Liechtenstein- Heavy irradiated
  • Luxembourg- Severe
  • Monaco- Heavy irradiated
  • Netherlands- Heavy
  • Switzerland- Low
  • Bulgaria- Low
  • Hungary- Extreme
  • Poland- Destroyed!
  • Romania-Low
  • USSR- Heavy
  • Czechoslovakia- Severe
  • Denmark- Heavy
  • Yugoslavia- Low
  • Finland- Heavy
  • Iceland- Severe
  • Ireland- Heavy irradiated
  • Norway- Low
  • Sweden- Low
  • United Kingdom- Severe
  • Albania- Low
  • Andorra- Heavy irradiated
  • Greece- Low
  • Italy- Extreme
  • Malta- Destroyed!
  • Turkey- Heavy
  • The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia (SBA) in Cyprus- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Portugal- Low
  • San Marino- Heavy irradiated
  • Spain- Moderate
  • Vatican City- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Channel Islands- Heavy irradiated
  • Isle of Man- Heavy irradiated
  • Faeroe Islands- Destroyed!
  • Gibraltar- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Mongolia- Heavy irradiated
  • China- Moderate
  • N. Korea- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • S. Korea- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Japan- Moderate
  • Taiwan- Extreme
  • Hong Kong- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Macau- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Philippines- Moderate
  • Vietnam- Low
  • Thailand- Low
  • Burma- Heavy irradiated
  • Kampuchea\Cambodia- Low
  • Laos- Heavy irradiated
  • Bahrain- Heavy irradiated
  • Cyprus- Destroyed!
  • Egypt- Low
  • Iran- Low
  • Iraq- Low
  • Guam- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Palau- Heavy irradiated
  • North Mariana Islands- Heavy irradiated
  • Israel- Heavy
  • Jordan- Low and mostly wiped out by Israeli forces!
  • Kuwait- Heavy irradiated and then wiped out by Iraqi forces!
  • Lebanon- - Heavy irradiated and then wiped out by Israeli forces!
  • Palestine- Heavy irradiated and then wiped out by Israeli forces!
  • Qatar- Heavy irradiated
  • Saudi Arabia- Low
  • Syria- Moderate
  • UAE- Heavy irradiated
  • Afghanistan- Moderate
  • Puerto Rico- Heavy
  • US Virgin Islands- Heavy irradiated
  • UK Virgin Islands- Heavy irradiated
  • Turks and Caicos islands- Heavy irradiated
  • Canada- Moderate
  • Mexico- slight
  • USA- Extreme
  • St. Pierre and Miquelon- Heavy irradiated
  • Greenland- Low
  • Belize- Heavy irradiated
  • The Bahamas- Heavy irradiated
  • Dominican Republic- Heavy irradiated
  • Haiti- Heavy irradiated
  • Cuba- Uninhabitable wasteland!
  • Jamaica- Heavy irradiated
  • Anguilla- Heavy irradiated
  • Cayman Islands- Heavy irradiated
  • Navassa Island- Heavy irradiated
  • Saint Martin- Heavy irradiated
  • Morocco- Low
  • Algeria- Heavy irradiated (the costal part and mountains, not the desert interior)
  • Tunisia - Heavy irradiated
  • Libya- Heavy (the costal part, not the desert interior)
  • Those that are not named survived intact and\or reasonably radiation free!

Also see

  1. Nukes
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Winning a hot war
  4. UK atomic war attack predictions and civil defence plans
  5. The logic behind the 1972, 74, 83 and 84 list of 106 Soviet nuking targets in the UK

Some good sources on nuking the UK and the population in 1981-83

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