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Love this book a must read for anyone interested in the Manhattan Project and the brilliance of our physicists in time of great national if not international threats. Read morePublished 3 days ago by R Yull
If you like the history of the atomic bomb this is a good book about the people involved in making it.Published 5 days ago by Bart Gilbert
Interesting read. This book focuses on the personal lives and difficulties of the scientists who brought to fruition the first atomic weapons. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Gil Garver
Filled with insights only a 'friend of the family' could have written. I felt like I knew Oppenheimer by the time I was finished. Thanks for this book, much appreciated!Published 19 days ago by Stephen Lee Morgan
If you live in New Mexico this book is a must for history buffs.Published 1 month ago by Lynne Brosnahan
Since I am 'scientifically challenged' I would not normally pick up a book about the making of the Atom Bomb. Read morePublished 3 months ago by G. Lundmark
This book is a chatty history of the Manhattan projects with great insight and anecdotes of the many important players.Published 3 months ago by Rosebud
I recommend this book as a good read for those interested in the development of the Bomb and how that process impacted American science . Read morePublished 3 months ago by chemist_of_berkeley