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  • Author:
    Bertrand Goldschmidt
  • ISBN:
    0894485512
  • ISBN13:
    978-0894485510
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    Amer Nuclear Society (April 1, 1982)
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    479 pages
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Goldschmidt, B. The author presents a personal memoir of the effort to harness energy from the atom as well as telling the story of worldwide development.

His perspective is portrayed against the personal backdrop of world leaders. Taking a pragmatic look at the nuclear world of today, he describes how.

Atomic Complex is a worldwide political history of the development of nuclear energy from its military use in the 1940s to its peaceful uses today

Atomic Complex is a worldwide political history of the development of nuclear energy from its military use in the 1940s to its peaceful uses today. But, equally important, the book is also the personal memoir of Bertrand Goldschmidt, a man who was in the forefront of the effort to harness energy from the atom and who remains active today in his attempts to educate the publ Atomic Complex is a worldwide political history of the development of nuclear energy from its military use in the 1940s to.

Goldschmidt, Bertrand. The atomic complex : a worldwide political history of nuclear energy, Bertrand Goldschmidt ;. Nuclear energy - History. Nuclear fission - History.

By Bernard Goldschmidt. What makes this book of interest is that it is written by a retired French official who was at the heart of France's nuclear activities for over three decades (as well as on the board of the International Atomic Energy Agency from 1958 to 1980). The occasional special insights into French nuclear policy and perspectives, which were often out of step with those of others, are therefore valuable

GOLDSCHMIDT, BERTRAND (Author) AMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY (Author) American .

GOLDSCHMIDT, BERTRAND (Author) AMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY (Author) American Nuclear Society (Publisher). Elements of controversy the Atomic Energy Commission and radiation safety in nuclear weapons testing, 1947-1974. Military and political consequences of atomic energy. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.

Atomic Complex is a worldwide political history of the development of nuclear energy from its military use in the 1940s .

Atomic Complex is a worldwide political history of the development of nuclear energy from its military use in the 1940s to its peaceful uses today. But, equally important, the book is also the personal memoir of Bertrand Goldschmidt, a man who was in the forefront of the effort to harness energy from the atom and who remains active today in his attempts to educate the public about the benefits of the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Atomic Complex tells the story of the development of nuclear explosives and nuclear energy from the viewpoint of a scientist turned statesman.

The Atomic Complex - A Worldwide Political History of Nuclear Energy, by Bertrand Goldschmidt. Published by the American Nuclear Society, La Grange Park, Illinois, USA (1982)

The Atomic Complex - A Worldwide Political History of Nuclear Energy, by Bertrand Goldschmidt. Published by the American Nuclear Society, La Grange Park, Illinois, USA (1982). The West Stands of Stagg Field at the University of Chicago. The team led by Enrico Fermi constructed the world's first nuclear reactor inside this building. At . 5 pm on 2 December 1942, a cadmium-plated control rod was withdrawn from the reactor and the first man-made self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction was initiated. Photo: Argonne National Laboratory).

a worldwide political history of nuclear energy. by Bertrand Goldschmidt. Rev. and updated translation of: Le complexe atomique. xiv, 479 p. ; Number of pages.

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