Truman announces hydrogen bomb program

Truman, Harry S.
August 2017
Truman Announces Hydrogen Bomb Program;8/1/2017, p229
Presents the statement of the president of United States on his directive to the Atomic Energy Commission to continue research on all forms of atomic weapons, including the hydrogen bomb. The directive as part of the overall objectives of the United States for peace and security; Continuing efforts to control atomic energy.


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