World War Three: How to prepare for nuclear war amid fear over North Korea’s new 'warhead'

World War 3 worries have been sparked ahead of the Easter Bank holiday as North Korea claimed to trial a “powerful warhead”. Leader Kim Jong-Un is said to have overseen the first public test of the weapon according to the secretive country’s state media, Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). Previously, US President Donald Trump has said the country would already be embroiled in war with North Korea if he hadn’t been elected. Yet the fresh developments for North Korea’s military arsenal have resulted in the prospect of nuclear warfare, and World War 3, again raising its head.

Yet what should Britons do to prepare for such conflict?

Website stated the priority should be to identify shelter locations.

They said: “Identify shelter locations. Identify the best shelter location near where you spend a lot of time, such as home, work, and school.

“The best locations are underground and in the middle of larger buildings.

“While commuting, identify appropriate shelters to seek in the event of a detonation.”

Meanwhile, the website gave detail on just what shelters would not be appropriate.

It stated: “Outdoor areas, vehicles, mobile homes do NOT provide adequate shelter.

“Look for basements or the centre of large multistory buildings.

“Make sure you have an Emergency Supply Kit for places you frequent and might have to stay for 24 hours.

“It should include bottled water, packaged foods, emergency medicines, a hand-crank or battery-powered radio to get information in case power is out, a flashlight, and extra batteries for essential items.

“If possible, store supplies for three or more days.”

Meanwhile, North Korea’s latest missile test is the country’s first since an unsuccessful summit on denuclearisation with the US last February.

Speaking following the test, Kim said: “The completion of the development of the weapon system serves as an event of very weighty significance in increasing the combat power of the North Korean army.”

The latest development comes after Kim had overseen a test of an unidentified “tactical weapon” in November.

Last year, Kim had announced the country would stop nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles as its nuclear capabilities had been “verified”.


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