WWII: World War Two Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs

WWII: World War Two  Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs
WWII: World War Two  Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs
WWII: World War Two  Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs
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This product gives a short description on how Albert Einstein was involved in the making of the atomic bombs and the development of the Manhattan project. It discusses how he was leary towards the bombs development but feared Germany getting to it first. There is also excerpts from the letter he wrote to FDR urging him to research fission and develop the weapon before Germany did. There are also a lot of pictures and 7 higher order thinking questions.
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WWII: World War Two  Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs
WWII: World War Two  Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs
WWII: World War Two  Albert Einstein and the Atomic Bombs