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    The Manhattan Project

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    The Manhattan Project Nuclear research all started when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor‚ and the United States entered into World War II. When the United States realized that Germany attempted to build an atomic bomb‚ Americans began to concentrate on their research about creating an atomic bomb more heavily. President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the Manhattan Project‚ which included a group of top scientists‚ under General Leslie R. Groves‚ who worked around the clock to try to develop an

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    to escape oppressive economic conditions in the south and the promise of greater prosperity in the north” (The Great Migration”). Its coastal‚ northern position allowed New York to flourish‚ becoming a powerhouse of commerce and‚ as described in Manhattan Transfer‚ the second city in the world. (25) The increasing presence of mass transportation was one element of industrialisation that significantly affected American society at the turn of the 20th century‚ and one on which this essay will place

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    The Manhattan Project

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    Manhattan Project In 1938‚ German scientists discovered the process of nuclear fission‚ splitting atoms‚ by using neutrons to barrage uranium. Copying and enhancing the experiment‚ many scientists traveled to and from one another‚ trading theories and ideas about their research. Then everything changed when Fascism and Nazism took over and began corrupting many parts of Europe‚ thus‚ World War II began. Many of the nations that were even remotely involved began looking for ways to win the war whether

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    opinion‚ and I always wanted to know the bomb itself and the unbiased effects that it had. This I-search was a great opportunity for me to actually fulfill my interest. <br><br>The Manhattan Project was the code name for the US effort during World War II to produce the atomic bomb. It was appropriately named for the Manhattan Engineer District of the US Army Corps of Engineers‚ because much of the early research was done in New York City (Badash 238). Sparked by refugee physicists in the United States

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    Manhattan Project Effects

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    The Manhattan Project and the atomic bomb that it produced helped bring an end to World War II. The Manhattan Project was the code name for the effort to develop atomic weapons for the United States during World War II. Not only did it push other countries to develop nuclear weapons‚ with the potential of annihilating millions of lives‚ but it also caused much civil unrest as many Americans feared another war‚ only with the outcome being much more devastating. At this time in history‚ 1941 to 1945

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    Manhattan Project History

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    A secret military project files for the Manhattan Project: started in 1942. The production of the first Untied States nuclear weapon‚ was built during World War II. This product triggered the beginning of the Manhattan Project. A great population located in New York‚ feared of Nazi soldiers and what was about to come of them. Serving as lead director‚ Robert Oppenheimer was in motion of the Manhattan Project. The project was to recruit some of the best mathematicians‚ scientists‚ and engineers.

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    Manhattan Project Effect

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    What is the Manhattan Project? And how did it affect the world? The Manhattan Project was a secret project that was kept from public knowledge and even the vice president didn’t even know about the project until the completion of the project was nearly done. The Manhattan Project has hundreds of scientists and was based out of numerous locations spread through out the country and there were many testing sights but the most common testing sight was the one that was located in a desert in New Mexico

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    Manhattan Project was created to develop an Atomic bomb for the United States and its allies. This invention altered the technology used in warfare. It changed the course of history in the long run by leading to the dropping of Atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki‚ as well as increasing tension between the Soviet Union and the Western free world. It was a turning point in the course of world history‚ because it launched the world into a new Aera. 2. In 1938‚ many people believed that

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    creation and evolution of the Manhattan Project and why did Einstein’s thoughts and involvement in the Manhattan Project change throughout World War II? Albert Einstein was undoubtedly one of the geniuses of the twentieth century. His work with gravity‚ relativity‚ light‚ and the universe helped to herald in a golden age for the study of science‚ of which scientists are still marveling at and studying today. Additionally‚ he was well-known for his participation in the Manhattan Project and the construction

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    Biggest Secret The creation of the atomic bomb was one of America’s biggest secrets it kept from the world and its own citizens. the Manhattan Project was a top secret military project started in 1942‚ It got the name the manhattan project because of all the sites in New York City that were involved in the project that helped in the creation of the bomb. The Manhattan Project was a research and development project that produced the first nuclear weapons during World War II. The Creation of the atomic

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