The H bomb. Introd. by Albert Einstein, commentary by George Fielding Eliot. Contributors: Stewart Alsop [and others]


New York, Didier [1950] .

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American
LIB stacks
UF767 .H2 Available Request
Georgetown
Lauinger Woodstock stacks
539 H1 Available Request
Lauinger Special Collections General
98A952 SPC USE ONLY
Other Authors Eliot, George Fielding, 1894-
Subjects Hydrogen bomb.
Description 175 p. illus. 21 cm.
Contents Notable dates of the atomic age.--What are facts about the H bomb? By H.W. Baldwin.--Washington under atomic attack, by the Atomic Energy Commission.--A touch of sun, by the editors of Time.--The theory of the H bomb, by R.K. Winslow.--The H bomb, by H. Bethe.--President Truman's directive.--Let's wage atomic peace, by B. McMahon.--Comment in the Senate on McMahon's speech.--What Senator McMahon's proposal overlooks, by W. Lippmann.--Chicago University round table of the air.--A criticism of the round table, by D.E. Lilienthal.--A reply to Lilienthal's criticism, by L. Szilard.--Statement on the H. bomb by twelve physicists.--Should America build the H bomb? By H.C. Urey.--The tritium bomb, by S. Alsop.--The H bomb, by R.F. Bacher.--The H bomb and the peace outlook, by H.J. Morgenthau.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00665582
(OCoLC)665582
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