The dawn of the Atomic Age saw many evangelical Christian preachers claiming that atomic energy, the splitting of the atom and atomic bombs themselves as proof of God's greatness. If being "great" as a god amounts to the destruction of the world, apart from those white Christian Americans who would some how miraculously survive an atomic apocalypse. There's the cheery little pamphlet from Rev. William D. Herrstrom (below), Christian nut-job and Holocaust denier. He even thought that people openly celebrating VJ Day, was an example of the "moral degeneracy of American youth [that] is nauseating to contemplate." Here's a selection of some of best of the bombed-out bunch.
Below we have the users manual for what may well be one of the best named Cold War games of the period, but equally due to the promises the name brings, the most disappointing game.
Evangelical Christian ventriloquists album covers. Now that's a sentence you never expect you'd get to write. As if ventriloquist dummies aren't creepy enough already, to have them channel "the word of the lord" ups the creepy factor to the max. Why dummies for Jesus? What were they thinking?