The building of the Atomic Bomb (Part 4)

Until his death in 1970, Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves never had a single regret about the lives that were lost as a result of the Manhattan Project

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Until his death in 1970, Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves never had a single regret about the lives that were lost as a result of the Manhattan Project

The building of the Atomic Bomb (Part 3)

The majority of people who worked on the Manhattan Project were only told what they needed to know to do their jobs

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The majority of people who worked on the Manhattan Project were only told what they needed to know to do their jobs

The building of the Atomic Bomb (Part 2)

The beginnings of the Manhattan Project can be traced to research into uranium-238 conducted at the University of California, Berkeley

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The beginnings of the Manhattan Project can be traced to research into uranium-238 conducted at the University of California, Berkeley

The building of the Atomic Bomb (Part 1)

Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves and the Manhattan Project

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Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves orchestrated, planned and summoned the most brilliant minds of the time to work on the nuclear device that ended the Second World War