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  • #16
    Wiki has a short paragraph on Heisenbergs role in the German nuclear research. Theres also a book: 'Heisenberg and the Nazi Atomic Bomb Project: A Study in German Culture' By Paul Lawrence Rose.

    http://books.google.com/books?id=_qV...ottom-3results

    For info on Stalins sucessfull spyng on the atom bomb project start with the 'Rosenbergs' and "Verona". It is still a poorly understood subject and only in the past two decades have critical details surfaced from the USSR and US intellegence records.
    Last edited by Carl Schwamberg; 14 Feb 08, 06:27.

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    • #17
      I doubt we'll know the whole story for another 50 years, when Russia really has no need for them to be hidden anymore.
      http://chickencrap.com/images/1472.jpg

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Rynnäkkökivääri View Post
        I doubt we'll know the whole story for another 50 years, when Russia really has no need for them to be hidden anymore.
        A lot has been revealed from the US side. Much information has been declassified concerning the USSR. Some derived from spies in the USSR and other from message intercepts. It seems the US had broken several diplomatic and military codes of the USSR and was reading a large ammount of their mail in the 1940s and early 1950s. Amoung this was the evidence for the loss of the nuclear weapons secrets. Some other bits were obtained from the former Soviets themselves in the 1990s. Quite a bit was revealed in those years.

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