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If you are interested in scientific history this book is a mustPublished 3 months ago by THE GUNSMITH
Great research but not enough to answer the question of whether Heisenberg was trying to build a bomb- how would they otherwise get resources in Nazi Germany?Published 4 months ago by Jeffrey Leston
A great book for learning not only about the german atomic bomb but about how the scientists were treated in Nazi Germany. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Douglas F. Sherman
Thank you Thomas Powers.
Without your in depth research and highly logical analysis , few people would have become aware of just what a contribution to the well being... Read more
I wish the government would give me 20 words to say what I think of Obamacare...I'm one of the 7.1 millions, my policy was canclled, my rate went up 5%, my deductable trippled to... Read morePublished 19 months ago by 99th BG
This book is one that inspires famous drama 'Copenhagen'!!! It's definately fascinating if you are a fan of the drama and a nerd like me....Published on September 9, 2013 by Leo
The author makes the case that Heisenberg, von Weiszacker, Hahn and others were against making a bomb and did not try to make a bomb, they carried out research on reactors. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Professor Joseph L. McCauley