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Anthology on the history and legacy of the Manhattan Project and the making of the atomic bomb in World War II in the words of its creators, eyewitnesses, and historians | Atomic Heritage Foundation Guidebook on the history of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos, New Mexico, home of J. Robert Oppenheimer's research laboratory, and the making of the atomic bomb in World War II | Atomic Heritage Foundation 4 Guidebooks on the history of the Manhattan Project and the making of the atomic bomb during World War II at Los Alamos, New Mexico, Manhattan, New York, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Hanford, Washington | Atomic Heritage Foundation
This comprehensive anthology includes the writings and thoughts of the original participants in the Manhattan Project as well as excerpts from historians and experts. This guide traces the journey of young Manhattan Project recruits from their arrival in New Mexico to the successful test of the world’s first atomic bomb near Alamogordo. This set contains 4 guidebooks.
Guidebook on the history of the Manhattan Project in New York City, administrative and uranium enrichment research center | The making of the atomic bomb during World War II| Atomic Heritage Foundation Book on the history of the making of the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project during World War II and its legacy for today | Historic Preservation Efforts | Atomic Heritage Foundation | Symposium Guidebook on the making of the atomic bomb and history of the Manhattan Project at Hanford, Washington, plutonium production site, world's first full-scale nuclear reactor, home of B Reactor | Atomic Heritage Foundation
This guide provides an excellent overview to this fascinating, but largely unknown, chapter in Manhattan’s history. This book features excerpts from Manhattan Project historians and proposes a strategy for preserving the historical properties and artifacts of the Project for the public and future generations. The guide includes a brief history of the Columbia River valley and includes personal testaments to life in the secret installation at Hanford, Washington.
Anthology on the history and legacy of the Manhattan Project and the making of the atomic bomb in World War II in the words of its creators, eyewitnesses, and historians | Atomic Heritage Foundation Guidebook on the making of the atomic bomb and the history of the Manhattan Project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, site of uranium enrichment in the Y-12, K-25, and S-50 plants and plutonium production in X-10 Graphite Reactor | Atomic Heritage Foundation This set contains three guidebooks on the making of the atomic bomb in World War II: 1) A Guide to the Manhattan Project in New Mexico, 2) A Guide to the Manhattan Project in Tennessee, and 3) A Guide to the Manhattan Project in Washington State.
This comprehensive anthology includes the writings and thoughts of the original participants in the Manhattan Project as well as excerpts from historians and experts. This guide provides background information on the reasons why Tennessee was selected as one of the three main sites for the war effort. This set contains three guidebooks.
Book on the extraordinary life and legacy of Manhattan Project and Los Alamos Laboratory director J. Robert Oppenheimer | Atomic Heritage Foundation | The making of the atomic bomb in World War II Booklet on the history of Manhattan Project B Reactor at Hanford, Washington | Plutonium production reactor | Water-cooled nuclear reactor Race for Atomic Power Booklet illustrating the history of the National Reactor Testing Station and Idaho National Laboratory and the Experimental Breeder Reactor in Arco and Idaho Falls | Atomic Heritage Foundation
This book approaches the extraordinary scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer from many perspectives, chronicling the years from his childhood in New York City through his role as director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and afterwards. This 40-page booklet focuses on the history of the B Reactor at Hanford, providing an overview of the science and innovations made there.
The "Race for Atomic Power" booklet illustrates the history of the National Reactor Testing Station, located about 50 miles from Idaho Falls, ID.
Book biography of Admiral Hyman Rickover, founder of the nuclear navy by Theodore Rockwell | Cold War | USS Nautilus submarine warfare | Atomic Heritage Foundation Book memoir by Theodore Rockwell about his experience working on nuclear issues at Oak Ridge, Tennessee in the Manhattan Project and after the war | Atomic Heritage Foundation
This book is a candid and incisive portrait of Admiral Hyman Rickover, the man who directed the development of naval nuclear propulsion and controlled its operations for three decades. This book is a first-hand narration of the extraordinary people, bizarre ideas, and novel social structure that characterized frontier life in the secret wartime city of Oak Ridge, TN.