The Manhattan Project as seen from the top. Groves worked magic to run the enterprise and the related intelligence activity focused on German efforts at the same time. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Alex Mishkovsky
What an incredible officer. He accomplished more by himself in the war years than all of today's Washington DC could ever do. Too bad he can't be president in current decade.Published 21 days ago by mark berg, lt Col USAF (ret)
One of thr best books on the subject. All of the things you didn't know about the Manhattan Project told by one of the key players.Published 26 days ago by Jason Sudbury
I used to believe that putting a human being on the moon and bringing him back safely to Earth was mankind's most amazing technological achievement. This book changed my mind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Book Gnome
This is really a good,in depth account of the project.It is really interesting to see how the inside of the program developed and the politics involved. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tom Polansky
Very good; some parts get quite technical. If you can deal with that it is a good historical book of how the U.S. accomplished what some said was impossible.Published 5 months ago by George K.
I used this book as a Primary source for one of my history classes. It proved to be very valuable for my research. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lego Mom
amazing detail of grove's ability to use available data to fill in whole picture. Kept my interest throughout.Published 6 months ago by james gautsch