Table of contents for German national socialism and the quest for nuclear power, 1939-1949 / Mark Walker.


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Introduction
Part I. Lightning War: Nuclear fission
The German nuclear power project
Moderators, isotope separation, and uranium machines
Nuclear power and lightning war
Part II. The War Slows Down: The end of the lightning war
Nuclear power conferences
National Socialism and German physics
Progress and infighting
Part III. The War Comes Home: Wonder weapons
Uranium machines in Berlin-gottow
Greater Germany and cultural imperialism
Death from above and betrayal from within
Part IV. The War is Lost: Evacuation and self-preservation
The heavy water dries up
Harteck's circle, centrifuges, and special experiments
Uranium machines and rock cellars
Part V. The German Achievement in the American Shadow: The Alsos MIssion
Farm Hall
The Smyth Report
Part VI. The Legacy of German National Socialism: The occupation of Germany
Nazification and denazification
The Goudsmit/Heisenberg controversy
Part VII. The Myth of the German Atomic Bomb: Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Nuclear energy Germany History, Nuclear engineering Germany History, National socialism