Book reads like a novel, but you keep thinking, this is all true.
I have been familiar with fragments of history of the development of the atomic bomb; this book brought it all together and added immense depth.
`NOW IT CAN BE TOLD The story of the Manhattan Project' by Leslie R. Groves Academics record memoirs.
Written right after the war ended, it has the credibility of the Manhattan Project leader point of view, and attempts to describe each major aspect of the work. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Donald R. Miller
You can tell this is written by a General. It is sound and great insight from a great American PatriotPublished 1 month ago by Jim Strunk
Well written book by the man who was in charge of the Atomic Bomb. Great detail and what a coordinating effort by different facilities through out the US. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Richardson
This book shows the huge undertaking that was the Manhattan Project, far more complex than I had realized.Published 2 months ago by Steven C. Phelps
Always wanted a copy of this book for my Manhattan Project collection -- in great shape, delivered fast!Published 2 months ago by john p.
Interesting perspective on one of history's most impressive engineering feat from a project management standpoint. General Groves is a project management genius. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CraigB
General Groves personal review of the events leading up to the atomic bomb are very enlightening. I read Richard Rhodes book about "The Making of the Atomic Bomb", which... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Arkie34