The Tizard Mission and the Development of the Atomic Bomb

@article{Zimmerman1995TheTM,
  title={The Tizard Mission and the Development of the Atomic Bomb},
  author={D. Zimmerman},
  journal={War in History},
  year={1995},
  volume={2},
  pages={259 - 273}
}
  • D. Zimmerman
  • Published 1995
  • History
  • War in History
  • greatest transfers of technical and scientific information in history. In over 150 meetings with American military, technical, and scientific experts the mission provided almost all of Great Britain’s military technical secrets to the United States. The United States reciprocated in kind. Numerous meetings were held on radar, anti-submarine warfare, explosives, aeronautical engineering, and other technologies with a direct military application, yet there were in total just two meetings in the… CONTINUE READING
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