Here is a set of curious civil-defence posters from the Soviet past. It seems adults and children knew better what they had to do in emergency situations…
A shelter inside an administrative and industrial building.
Inside view of the shelter.
Stand-alone shelter located on the premises of an industrial enterprise.
Basement of a multi-storey building (a school, for example) used as a fallout shelter.
A mine opening used as a fallout shelter.
Basement of a one-storey building used as a shelter.
Those who get an order for evacuation should take means of individual protection, their personal things, documents, water and medicines.
Here they need to register and be divided into organized walking groups and transported groups.
People are walking to particular destinations in a suburban area.
Some of them are transported by trucks, railways or planes.
In the suburban area the people are occupying shared accomodation.
Children at school are taught to make use of individual protective masks and to act properly in case of emergency situations.
Home education is important too.
When evacuated one has to take food for children, clothes, and necessary documents.
Once an alert of air, radiation or chemical danger is given, adults should take children to the closest shelters.
It’s important to behave properly once you are in a protective shelter.
During the execution of rescue operations children must be provided medical aid first.