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November 1946
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;11/1/1946, Vol. 2 Issue 9/10, p24
The article reports on the announcement given by the President concerning the formation of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, the number of members and the responsibilities to be handled by the new commission. A short biographical data on the members of the commission is presented. The members include David E. Lilienthal, William W. Waymack, Sumner T. Pike, Robert F. Bacher and Lewis L. Strauss. The commission takes the responsibility for atomic energy in cooperation with the military and civilian personnel.


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