The Manhattan Project Scientist Who Spied for the Soviets

The Manhattan Project Scientist Who Spied for the Soviets
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Frank Close begins Trinity, his book about the physicist and Second World War spy Klaus Fuchs, obliquely. He starts not with Fuchs's eight-year stint sending top-secret details of British and US nuclear bombs to the Soviet Union, but with his mentor and eventual confessor, Rudolf Peierls.

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