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Online Sources: Manhattan Project
Book Sources: Manhattan Project
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The Manhattan Project - History Channel
Call Number: QC773.3.U5 M255 2005
In this documentary from the History Channel: "The scientists and engineers who helped build the world's first nuclear weapon reflect on their accomplishments and legacy."
The Manhattan Project: A Secret Wartime Mission by
Call Number: QC773.A1 M36 1995
Compelling firsthand accounts from the inventors of the first atomic bomb describe the Manhattan Project. Additional accounts from scientists, reporters, and soldiers, among other primary sources, describe the development of the bomb and the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Selections include those from Einstein, Oppenheimer, Groves, Tibbets, William Laurence, John Hersey, and Enrico and Laura Fermi.
The Manhattan Project and the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb by
Call Number: QC773.3.U5 M262 2020
This invaluable resource offers students a comprehensive overview of the Manhattan Project and the decision to drop the atomic bomb, with more than 80 in-depth articles on a variety of topics and dozens of key primary source documents.
Picturing the Bomb by
Call Number: QC773.A1 F47 1995
: Photographs from the Secret World of the Manhattan Project
The Plutonium Story by
Call Number: QC773.3.U5 S424 1994
The Journals of Professor Glenn T. Seaborg, 1939-1946
Edited and annotated by Ronald L. Kathren, Jerry B. Gough, Gary T. Benefiel.
The Angry Genie by
Call Number: R895.6.U6 M67 1999
Karl Z. Morgan was a physicist at the Manhattan Project and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he was director of health physics from the late 1940s until his retirement in 1972.
Adventures of a Mathematician by
Call Number: QA29.U4 A3 1991
The autobiography of mathematician Stanislaw Ulam, one of the great scientific minds of the twentieth century....
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