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Among all the technical books on the Manhattan Project, this is a "people" book - it follows personalities through those years. Read morePublished 2 days ago by NorthTXguy
So so book on Los Alamos ...but seems a lot like a re written "The Making of the Atomic Bomb " by Richard Rhodes...Published 11 days ago by steven
Excellent book. I read it, then my husband, and now my son. It's a must read about our history and the area of Santa Fe.
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Great history read for those interested in the Manhattan Project - Project Y - and life behind the barbed wire fencePublished 23 days ago by Gilbert J.
My favorite book about J Robert Oppenheimer and the Manhattan Project. When I go to Santa Fe I often walk past 109 East Palace or go in La Fonda and I always think about... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kay
I was interested in the material: Oppenheimer, the bomb, & the McKibbin name as mine is Mckibben. It seems like the story could have been more concise. Still, an interesting readPublished 1 month ago by Michelle McKibben
A personal story giving the reader insights into the life and people at Los Alamos developing the atomic bomb. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diane
Humans, some of them brilliant, stumble through world-changing events - unique perspective.Published 1 month ago by Gerald Tieman