1.The United States As previously mentioned, the United States is the first country with nuclear capacity. The United Kingdom and Canada built nuclear weapons with the help of the United Kingdom and Canada, fearing that Nazi Germany might develop them first.
During the peak of the Cold War, the United States had around 29,000 nuclear weapons. Today, there are about 4,000 through various deals and arms efforts. They are the only people on this list of countries with nuclear weapons.
2.Russia is the world's largest nuclear attraction. It became the second country to develop nuclear weapons. May They did it in 1949 as the Soviet Union. Its nuclear capabilities are based in part on spies discovered during and after World War II. May It is estimated that by 1986 the Soviet Union had around 40,000 nuclear weapons. Today, as in the United States, their numbers have decreased. However, there are 4,300 more nuclear weapons than any other country. Russia and the United States share approximately 93 percent of all nuclear weapons.
3.England The UK has proven to be a major player in the Manhattan project by providing preliminary research on the concepts of early atomic bomb concepts. After World War ll, The United States became more reserved and Britain needed its own nuclear weapons to defend the Soviet Union and maintain its world power. May In 1952, they launched their first nuclear weapons and became the third-largest nuclear nation in the world. Today there are around 215 nuclear weapons
4.France May In 1960, when France attempted "Gerboys Blaise", France became the fourth country with a nuclear weapon. They have been able to do this successfully using their own research. Like England, France wanted Nuk to remain a great power. They also found inspiration in the events in the world around them as diplomatic tension created by the crisis. Today, France has 300 nuclear weapons. That would be enough to put the third general battlefield behind the United States and Russia. However, 300 seems a bit general compared to the top 2.