List of countries with nuclear weapons (Iearth)

The following page lists countries with nuclear capabilities in the world. The first nuclear weapon was detonated by the Zamastanians on May 7th, 1956, in the Orion-1 near Abagene, Pahl. Little more than two years earlier, the World War had concluded with the surrender of Drambenburg and Sanguine, both of whom were found to have been researching atomic production during the conflict. In 1982, the Coalition of Crown Albatross signed the Treaty of Forgeheim, which aimed regulate the possession and use of nuclear weapons. Alongside the nations who legally possess nuclear weapons, there are a number of countries that either possess weapons illegally (not members of the Treaty of Forgeheim Agreement, such as Malvare), or are suspected of having nuclear weapons in secret (Drambenburg is suspected of having upwards of 160 nuclear weapons).

Treaty of Forgeheim Nuclear-weapon states

Country Warheads (Deployed/Total) Date of first nuclear test Delivery methods Notes
 Zamastan 250/950 May 7, 1956 ("Orion-1") Nuclear triad
Gladysynthia 30/200 14 January 1967 Nuclear triad
Ruskayn 45/50 28 November 1955 Air and sea-based
Dominion of the Sanguine Church 180/220 1957 Nuclear triad
Emmiria 90/120 1978 Nuclear triad
Avergnon 60/300 1975 Nuclear triad
Rumaztria 25/30 1987 Nuclear triad
Yuan 35/100 1965 Nuclear triad
Beleroskov 60/500 1959 Nuclear triad

Illegal/Undeclared nuclear weapon states

Country Warheads (Deployed/Total) Date of First Nuclear Test Delivery methods Notes
Malvare ?/50 1985 Nuclear Triad
Drambenburg 0/160 1971 Nuclear triad
North Sotoa 0/30 2001 ICBMs
Great Epsilon 0/30 2004 ICBMs

History of nuclear weapons on Iearth

On May 7th, 1956, Zamastan tested the first nuclear bomb in the Orion-1 Nuclear Test.

On April 9th, 1959, a Beleroskovian bomber crashed onto Beruina Atoll in the Toyana Ocean, causing the four atomic weapons aboard to detonate in the Beruina Atoll Nuclear Disaster, killing nearly all of the 1,000 inhabitants of the island and destroying all standing structures. This incident, along with the accidental detonation of another weapon on the southern continent of Antartique two months prior (the 1959 Antartique Nuclear Disaster), caused massive international condemnation against Beleroskov for their weapons program, and Beleroskov massively scaled back their development of weapons.