In 1945, the world's first atomic bomb attacks put the remote Pacific island on the map.
Jack Northrop dreamed big with his futuristic flying wing, but the radical bomber proved too great a technological leap for his company to bridge in the late 1940s.
An improbable route took William F. Friedman from the study of plant genetics to a reputation as father of U.S. cryptology—one that made a huge impact on the war.
Einstein, Oppenheimer, and the wild first movie about the A-Bomb
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