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Project Alberta: The Preparation of Atomic Bombs for Use in World War II
Harlow W. Russ



Description:

This book is a first-person account of how nuclear weapons were prepared and delivered to the Japanese Empire from Tinian Island, a story that has not been told before, a primary history of the most important achievement of Los Alamos Laboratory of all time.

About the Author:

Harlow W. Russ was an aeronautical engineer at Lockheed in 1944 when he was invited to join the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos. He was a Staff Member at Los Alamos National Laboratory until his retirement in 1979 and remains a Consultant to the Laboratory.
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