Children of Los Alamos: An Oral History of the Town Where the Atomic Age Began

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Children of Los Alamos: An Oral History of the Town Where the Atomic Age Began - Mason, Katrina
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Katrina R. Mason has interviewed a wide range of people who spent all or parts of their childhoods in Los Alamos - from its muddy beginnings in 1943, when residents officially lived at P.O. Box 1663, to the late 1950s, after the laboratory had come under the auspices of the Atomic Energy Commission - to create this engaging and provocative portrait of a place that has come to epitomize both the scientific advances and the moral ambiguities of this century. Collectively the wartime children of Los Alamos - the children of ...

Children of Los Alamos: An Oral History of the Town Where the Atomic Age Began 1995, Twayne Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780805791396

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Children of Los Alamos: An Oral History of the Town Where the Atomic Age Began 1995, Twayne Publishers Inc.,U.S., Farmington Hills, MI

ISBN-13: 9780805791389

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