Now It Can Be Told, Gen. Leslie Groves.


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Initial post: May 17, 2008 12:34:45 PM PDT
G says:
I've just noticed that the cover of Groves' book names the author as General Leslie M. Groves. His name was Leslie Richard Groves. I had always known of him as General Leslie R. Groves. I checked a photograph of his gravestone as well as every other document I could find related to him, and his middle initial is always R. Was this a printing error, or is there more to this story? Could anybody clear this up for me. Thanks.
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Now It Can Be Told: The Story of the Manhattan Project (Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Era of the New Deal)
Now It Can Be Told: The Story of the Manhattan Project (Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Era of the New Deal) by Leslie R. Groves (Hardcover - May 1975)
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