|Author||Albert I Berger|
|Category||Politics and Sociology|
This is an impeccably well researched and superbly written account of the history of the atomic bomb. Albert I Berger offers a succinct history of the atomic age, from its infancy to the present day. His book offers the reader one of the finest historical perspectives ever written on the subject. Included in this landmark book, is a detailed discussion of the theoretical physics that led the way toward the research and development behind the Manhattan Project and beyond. The book offers the reader a definitive analysis of the atomic age. Those who have read Richard Rhodes seminal books on the subject, will be equally enthralled by this briefer, but equally engrossing history of the topic.