HISTORY OF THE NAVAL WEAPONS CENTER, CHINA LAKE CALIFORNIA: v. 2, The Grand Experiment at lnyokern: Narrative of the Naval Ordnance Test Station During the Second World War and the Immediate Postwar Years

January 1980
Journal of the West;Jan80, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p98
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