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A Sense of Place DVD | Documentary examines the physical and historic buildings at Los Alamos, New Mexico that were used in the making of the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project and efforts to preserve them | Atomic Heritage Foundation Hanford's Secret Wartime Mission DVD Documentary tells the story of the Manhattan Project at Hanford, Washington, site of plutonium production, the world's first fulll-scale nuclear reactor, and the making of the atomic bomb | Atomic Heritage Foundation Nuclear Pioneers DVD | Documentary on the Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I), the first nuclear reactor built by the Atomic Energy Commission in Arco, ID by the National Reactor Testing Station or Idaho National Laboratory | Atomic Heritage Foundation
This film examines the physical legacy of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos and spotlights some of the surviving structures where scientists conducted their research. This documentary film chronicles the story of the Manhattan Project at Hanford where the world's first plutonium production facilities were built. This documentary film on the Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I) tells the story of the first nuclear reactor built by the Atomic Energy Commission.
General Leslie R. Groves DVD Documentary on the life of General Groves, who directed the making of the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project as well as the construction of the Pentagon | Atomic Heritage Foundation The Uncommon Man: Crawford H. Greenewalt DVD | Documentary on the life of Crawford Greenewalt, a chemical engineer and key figure in the Manhattan Project and later president of DuPont Corporation in Delaware | Atomic Heritage Foundation Race for Atomic Power DVD | Documentary traces the history of the National Reactor Testing Station in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the Experimental Breeder Reactor, and the history of Idaho National Laboratory | Atomic Heritage Foundation
This documentary film focuses on the life of General Leslie Groves, who built the Pentagon and then became the Manhattan Project's "indispensable man." This film tells the story of Crawford Greenewalt, a key figure in the Manhattan Project who made major contributions to chemical engineering and later ran the DuPont Company. This film traces the history of the National Reactor Testing Station in Idaho Falls, with interviews of former and current employees of NRTS and Idaho National Laboratory.
A Handful of Soldiers DVD Documentary Los Alamos Special Engineer Detachment soldiers discuss their Manhattan Project experiences in New Mexico Hanford's Secret Wartime Mission Museum Edition DVD | Documentary telling the story of the Manhattan Project at Hanford, Washington, site of plutonium production, first full-scale nuclear reactor, &the making of the atomic bomb | Atomic Heritage Foundatio Documentary DVD Interviews with Manhattan Project veterans Norman Brown, Gerhart Friedlander, Harold Hasenfus, Ralph E. Lapp, Theodore Rockwell, and William Spindel | Atomic Heritage Foundation | Oral Histories
This short film features three Manhattan Project veterans who describe their experiences at Los Alamos working on the plutonium-based bomb at the "V-Site." This documentary film chronicles the story of the Manhattan Project at Hanford where the world's first plutonium production facilities were built. Norman Brown, Gerhart Friedlander, Harold Hasenfus, Ralph E. Lapp, Ted Rockwell, and William Spindel offer a glimpse of their involvement with the Manhattan Project.
Documentary DVD Interviews with Manhattan Project Veterans Walter Goodman and Thomas O. Jones | Atomic Heritage Foundation | The making of the atomic bomb | Oral Histories | Los Alamos, New Mexico and Tinian Island Documentary DVD Interviews with Manhattan Project veterans Philip Abelson, Donald Ross, and Ernest Tremmel | Atomic Heritage Foundation | The making of the atomic bomb | Oak Ridge S-50 Plant
This documentary features interviews with Manhattan Project veterans Walter Goodman and Thomas O. Jones, both of whom witnessed the Trinity Test. Manhattan Project veterans Philip Abelson, Donald Ross, and Ernest Tremmel discuss their work on the Manhattan Project.