From Library Journal
Though the United States's use of atomic weapons against Japan has been the subject of much recent debate, Wilcox here contends that the Japanese had successfully assembled and tested its own nuclear device in August 1945 for use in the war. This updated edition includes new information that claims the Japanese spent much more on its atomic program than originally thought. This remains "a story of moral and historical significance" (LJ 3/1/85).
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