his100_research_kit - HIS 100 Research Kit Science How did the field of science play a role in the dropping of the atomic bomb What were the effects

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HIS 100 Research Kit Science How did the field of science play a role in the dropping of the atomic bomb? What were the effects of the atomic bomb on the scientific community in the United States? What were the effects of the atomic bomb on technological innovation? What were the effects of the atomic bomb on the environment? What were the effects of the atomic bomb on health, medicine, and physiology? Primary The Associated Press. (1945, Aug. 6 14). AP was there: US drops atomic bombs on Japan in 1945. Retrieved from Atomic Archive. (2015). Historical documents and reports . Retrieved from Atomic Heritage Foundation & Los Alamos Historical Society. (n.d.). Voices of the Manhattan Project [Tape recordings]. Retrieved from Groves, L. R. (1945, July 18). Memorandum for the secretary of war: Subject: The test. American Experience. Retrieved from Hart, H. (1946). Technological acceleration and the atomic bomb. American Sociological Review, 11 (3), 277 293. Retrieved from Manhattan Engineer District. (1946, June 29). The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki . Retrieved from
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