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The New World, 1939/1946

Volume I, A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission

Richard C. Hewlett

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766 pages
6.5" × 9.5"
1962

The New World, 1939/1946

Volume I, A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission

Richard C. Hewlett

“The first complete, day-by-day account of the scientific discoveries, political maneuvers, and military decisions that produced the atomic bomb. ‘A work of merit and great importance’.”

 

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“The first complete, day-by-day account of the scientific discoveries, political maneuvers, and military decisions that produced the atomic bomb. ‘A work of merit and great importance’.”
“Impressive and richly documented.”
“An honorable and worthy accomplishment.”
“Exciting . . . impressive . . . quite outstanding.”
“'Must’ read for every Briton who has to negotiate in Washington.”
“The full history . . . told to the very limit of what today's security regulations permit.”
“The most complete account of the scientific and technical aspects.”

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