TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY Pickler Memorial Library Truman State University

Manhattan Project

Microform Collection

Location:  Microfilm  QC 773 A1 M359 1977

Scope:  The quest for nuclear explosives, inspired by the fear that Hitler's Germany might invent them first, was an epic, top-secret engineering and industrial venture in the United States during World War II. The term "Manhattan Project" has now become a byword for an enormous breakneck effort involving vast resources and the best scientific minds in the world. The workers on the Manhattan Project took on a nearly impossible challenge to address a grave threat to the national security. (The Manhattan Project)  This collection is the official history and documents of the Manhattan Project.

How to search the collection:  The collection has a reel index, A Guide to the Manhattan Project: Official History and Documents. (Microfilm QC 773 A1 M359 1977 Guide), which is a table of contents.

Guides:

A Guide to the Manhattan Project: Official History and Documents. (Microfilm QC 773 A1 M359 1977 Guide).

For more information about this subject in our Library Catalog, check out these
Subject Categories:

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Manhattan District.
Atomic bomb -- History.  

Time Period:  20th Century

Subject keywords: Military History

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