U.S. planned to build nuclear power plant on Okinawa to Display "Peaceful use of nuclear technology"

The United States had a plan to construct a nuclear power plant on Okinawa when it was in charge of the civilian government of the islands in the 1950s, which would have preceded the first nuclear plant on Japanese soil, built in the early 1960s

In his proposal, Moore wrote that constructing a nuclear power plant in Okinawa would be significant because it would be the first example of the peaceful use of nuclear technology in the Far East.

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