There were probably two underlying reasons: The Manhattan project takes care of how. Why was more complex, there was a fear that the
Axis was already making an effort to produce atomic weapons and the
Allies would have to counter this potential threat, and there was a certain
knowledge that with enough time, money and effort an atomic weapon
could and would be produced to end World War 2 with the United States
in a preeminite position.
I suggest reading Richard Rhodes' book The Making of the Atomic Bomb.
The US, in cooperation with Canada and Great Britain, developed the first atomic bomb.
The scientist who developed the atomic bomb was J. Robert Oppenheimer.
The Manhatten Project was the orginization that developed the atomic bomb.
We developed the first working atomic bomb but, GER. made up the idea.
No, the first prototype graphite moderated reactor was developed in Chicago but the atomic bomb was developed in Los Alamos.
The atomic bomb was developed at Los Alamos.
I believe it was Los Alamos Los Alamos was a town, it still is, no city developed the atomic bomb, it was a group of scientists that developed it.
1. Japan didn't give up easy. 2. US were eger to test their newly developed A-Bomb and to be a world leader.
the us created the atomic bomb
I suggest reading Richard Rhodes books:The Making of the Atomic BombDark Sun
The Manhattan Project to create the bomb started in 1942. The first test of the bomb was on July 16, 1945. The bomb was dropped on Japan August 8, 1945.
If you consider the US atomic bomb is a Christian bomb, the French atomic bomb is also Christian bomb and so on, then you can name the Pakistani atomic bomb an Islamic bomb.
The USSR had developed a atomic bomb as well, so the US feared that they would be outnumbered in a nuclear war with the USSR
The Manhattan Project-
No, Albert Einstein did not develop the atomic bomb, which was developed by a team of researchers led by J. Robert Oppenheimer. Einstein's theoretical work does provide the basis upon which the bomb was developed.
The story is too long to tell here. Read Richard Rhode's book: The Making of the Atomic Bomb.
The US dropped the atomic bomb onto Japan on August 1945.
To defend against a possible Nazi atomic bomb!
The hydrogen bomb.
Los Alamos, NM
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