Stalin's Captive: Nikolaus Riehl and the Soviet Race for the Bomb

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American Chemical Society, 1996 - 218 Seiten
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"This historic book . . . presents Riehl's absorbing account of his key role in the production of pure uranium for . . . the Soviet nuclear bomb program [and], written by uniquely qualified Frederick Seitz, an extraordinary and perceptive introduction."--Glenn Seaborg, Nobel laureate in Chemistry "A fascinating story admirably told. . . . I was intrigued by Riehl's ability to survive those difficult times, by his accounts of Russian science, and by his insight into the Russian people of all levels."--Bruce Merrifield, Nobel laureate in Chemistry "The book has solid value as source material, for Riehl was an eyewitness to important affairs and social circumstances that are otherwise poorly documented."--Spencer Weart, AIP Center for the History of Physics

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The Condition and Behavior of the German Specialists 163
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Introduction
67
Initiol Difficulties
89
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (1996)

Seitz is president emeritus of Rockfeller University.

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