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The Manhatten Project

.... bomb. The fourth scientist, Leslie Groves would be responsible for creating a more efficient way of producing Uranium-235. The fifth ....

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Manhattan Project1

.... In 1942 General Leslie Groves was chosen to lead the project, and he immediately purchased a site at Oak Ridge, Tenn., for facilities to separate the necessary ....

1742 Words 7 Pages

Hiroshima

.... Also known as the "Groves Project," due to the fact that General Leslie Groves was the project leader; or the more popular name, the "Manhattan Project," it ....

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Atomic Bombs

.... laboratory. As this was happening, General Leslie Groves had taken over general military command of the Manhattan Project. (Stein ....

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a-bomb

.... In 1942 army general Leslie groves was chosen to lead the project, though the day to day leader of the project was Robert Oppenheimer. ....

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Hiroshima Bombing

.... When an army major general Leslie Groves, head of the Manhattan Project, reported the success of the bomb test, the news left the president "tremendously ....

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The Atomic Bomb

.... 235. The Second way was in 1942, Gen. Leslie Groves bought land in Oak Ridge, Tennessee to build a uranium seperation failtiy. The ....

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atomic bomb

.... noted chemist Harold Urey. The project was lead by the US Army engineer Major General Leslie Groves. When the principles were applied ....

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atomicb

.... In 1942 General Leslie Groves was chosen to lead the project, and he immediately purchased a site at Oak Ridge, Tenn., for facilities to separate the necessary ....

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Manhattan Project

.... The Manhattan Project is run by Brigadier General Leslie R. Groves, who is responsible to a Military Policy Committee chaired by Dr. Vannevar Bush (Conant, pg. ....

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James Chadwick

.... 2.) Groves, General Leslie, Now It Can Be Told (Harper, 1962) 3.) Lawren, William, The General and the Bomb: A Biography of General Leslie R. Groves, Director ....

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Atomic Bomb

.... On September 18, three months after the team of engineers had been put together by Col. Marshall, he appointed Colonel Leslie R. Groves to head the project. ....

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The Spanish-American War

.... Started in 1942 by General Leslie Groves, the Manhattan Project was the famous super-secret government project to develop the atomic bomb. ....

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World War 2

.... 3 Major General Leslie R. Groves to Secretary Stimson, July 18 General Groves, Manhattan Project Commander, reports on the successful atomic test that took ....

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technology

.... and J. Robert Oppenheimer, and the chemist Harold Urey, were associated with the project, which was headed by a US Army engineer, Major General Leslie Groves. ....

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technology

.... and J. Robert Oppenheimer, and the chemist Harold Urey, were associated with the project, which was headed by a US Army engineer, Major General Leslie Groves. ....

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the atomic bomb

.... The man chosen was Leslie Richard Groves, a 46-year-old colonel in the Army Corps of Engineers. While he was a competent engineer, Groves was no scientist. ....

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manhatten project

.... 25-20, 169-172. Groves, Leslie R. Now It Can Be Told: The Story of the Manhattan Project. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1962, pp. 76-78, 156-167. ....

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Manhattan Project

.... Leslie R. Groves supervised the vast project, establishing huge plants in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Hanford and Washington, to produce the needed materials. ....

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