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Hitler's uranium club : the secret recordings at Farm Hall

Author: Jeremy Bernstein
Publisher: Woodbury, N.Y. : AIP Press, ©1996.
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"This book contains new insights into one of the unanswered questions of recent world history. Why, with their head start in not only research in nuclear fission but in other technological feats, didn't the Germans succeed in building a nuclear bomb during World War II? Now ..., this book brings to the public ... annotated transcripts of ... declassified intelligence reports from that time. These reports contain  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeremy Bernstein
ISBN: 1563962586 9781563962585
OCLC Number: 32704563
Description: xxx, 427 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Settling in --
The bomb drops --
Putting the pieces together --
Looking to the future --
Looking toward home --
A nobel for Otto Hahn.
Responsibility: by Jeremy Bernstein ; introduction by David Cassidy.
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"This book contains new insights into one of the unanswered questions of recent world history. Why, with their head start in not only research in nuclear fission but in other technological feats, didn't the Germans succeed in building a nuclear bomb during World War II? Now ..., this book brings to the public ... annotated transcripts of ... declassified intelligence reports from that time. These reports contain verbatim conversations among ten German atomic scientists before, during, and after the atomic bombing of Japan in August 1945... These secret reports from Farm Hall ... offer the world a unique insight into the mindset of the scientists on the other side ... and as they struggled to come to terms with their wartime work and to prepared for the postwar nuclear era in Germany"--Introd.

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