World War II ended in 1945 with the unconditional surrender of Germany on May 8th and the surrender of Japan on August 15th. The surrender of Germany was signed in Reims, France, and the surrender of Japan took place on the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. These surrenders marked the end of the war in Europe and the Pacific, respectively.
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plutonium + weapon
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Yes, however on one level they are the same thing as both obtain their energy from the release of excess nuclear binding energy. However as the terms have traditionally been used the differences are as follows:
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Actually the US after WW2 offered to share everything about nuclear weaponry (the Baruch Plan on June 15, 1946), but the USSR refused the offer (they already had it all anyway through spies).
The Trinity test explosion fireball was more than 1200 feet in diameter, minor damage was found on a manned bunker 30000 feet from the blast.
Einstein's only participation was to sign a letter written by Leo Szilard (using Einstein's name) warning FDR that Nazi Germany probably already had a project to build atomic bombs (which they did at the time) and warning of the consequences if they did first and requesting that FDR begin a project trying to make one first.
When FDR received this letter he authorized a preliminary study of the issue and budgeted $6000 to it.