Stephane Groueff is a Bulgarian born journalist and author. After the Communists siezed power in 1944, he lived in exile in Switzerland, France and the United States. He was a reporter for Paris Match with the magazine's original team and became its New York Bureau Chief for twenty years, until 1978. As a United States citizen, he now lives in New York with his American wife.
This is the only concise book I’ve been able to find geared to the layman that describes the unbelievable technological and industrial challenges that had to be overcome in such a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Larry Zeigler
Details the huge industrial effort needed to support the a-bomb development on a crash schedule. It's a miracle that both bombs worked, the second without a test.Published 15 months ago by Debald1
Excellent presentation and it gives insight to what can be done when it is necessary to act with speed and accuracy.Published 18 months ago by Herbert Vogel
I still have my 1967 paperback copy, filled with highlights, notes and page references. Even though I had access to classified information on nuclear weapons, I found many... Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Lee Boyland, award wining author
The Manhattan Project is a book that explains and tells us how the Atomic bomb was made. This is also a book that tells us how it was a race against other countries, especially... Read morePublished on April 27, 2005 by Christopher Speirs