General George C. Marshall and the Atomic Bomb by Frank Settle

By Frank Settle

This e-book info the evolution of normal George Marshall's courting with the atomic bomb—including the big apple undertaking and using atomic guns on Japan—as it emerged because the final weapon of mass destruction.

• provides a transparent and concise narrative of Marshall's interactions with nuclear guns, from his appointment to President Roosevelt's advisory committee in 1941 to his tenure as President Truman's secretary of safeguard in 1950

• files Marshall's position in pulling jointly the monetary, fabric, and human assets required for the big apple venture in addition to his collaboration with Secretary of battle Henry Stimson and big apple undertaking chief common Leslie Groves to provide the atomic bomb

• Derives a correct account of Marshall's involvement with nuclear guns via legit files, his correspondence, the critiques of his friends, and private interviews he granted later in his life

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