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Memorandum-brief diplomatic communication

Undersecretary-assistant secretary

Preliminary-coming before something

Humanitarian-caring

Testimony-evidence given in court

Complementarity-relation of parts

Analogy-comparison

Organic-of living things

Concealment-hide person or thing

International-involving several countries

The principal posts a weekly memorandum to remind teachers of programs, deadlines, and special events.The undersecretary of defense.There are preliminary studies.Bill Gates is a humanitarian because he donates a lot of time and money to different charities.The criminal gave a testimony in court.Do you believe in holographic complementarity?Similes and metaphors are two types of analogies.I like organic fruit.He got charged with concealment of a lethal weapon.He is an international burger.

 

      Inventors of our time are constantly coming up with new ideas. The scientist that came up with the atomic bomb we’re known as great inventors. Because of them we are now one of the worlds most powerful armies. This also caused problems because almost every country in the world has one armed and ready. This also makes it harder for us to have power when you got other people that threaten to take it away.

      Now in modern times atomic bombs are steadily getting bigger and more powerful. There are still many wars around the world. But thanks to this one device, there are no more great leaders that will try to take over the world. It is too big of a risk to take, for their safety and well being of their country. If any one-man country poses a threat to another a nuclear war might break out. Albert Einstein is one of the many scientist that help create the nuclear or atomic bomb. Because of us having him on our side it made a big difference in the outcome of ww2. Since then we have gained many allies. No one poses a threat our great nation without having to pay a price for there actions.

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Einstein's Second Letter to President Roosevelt - 1945 | The Manhattan Project | Historical Documents | atomicarchive.com

Einstein's Second Letter to President Roosevelt - 1945 | The Manhattan Project | Historical Documents | atomicarchive.com | manhatten project | Scoop.it
Albert Einstein's Second Letter to President Roosevelt
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albert einstein also wrote a second letter to president roosevelt in 1945. also in the letter he mentioned other scientist that has gotten involved in the project also talked about letters of recommendations.

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US warns of Sochi 'toothpaste' bomb

US warns of Sochi 'toothpaste' bomb | manhatten project | Scoop.it
The US advises airlines flying to Russia for the Winter Olympics that explosives hidden in toothpaste tubes could be smuggled on to planes.
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Encyclopedia Britannica

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Explore the updated online encyclopedia from Encyclopaedia Britannica with hundreds of thousands of articles, biographies, videos, images, and web sites.
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History of the Atomic Bomb and The Manhattan Project

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Albert Einstein and other scientists told Roosevelt of Nazi Germany efforts to build an atomic bomb - the United States Government began the Manhattan Project that produced the first atomic bomb.
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Speech to the Association of Los Alamos Scientists | The Manhattan Project | Historical Documents | atomicarchive.com

Speech to the Association of Los Alamos Scientists | The Manhattan Project | Historical Documents | atomicarchive.com | manhatten project | Scoop.it
Memorandum by Ralph A. Bard, Undersecretary of the Navy, to Secretary of War Stimson - June 27, 1945. MEMORANDUM ON THE USE OF S-1 BOMB. Ever since I have been in touch with this program I have had a feeling that before the bomb is actually used against Japan that Japan should have some preliminary warning for say two or three days in advance of use. The position of the United States as a great humanitarian nation and the fair play attitude of our people generally is responsible in the main for this feeling.
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j. robert Oppenheimer said a speech to the association of lo Alamos scientist in his appreciation of all of there hard work on creating the atomic bomb also known as the Manhattan project.

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The Manhattan Project: Primary Sources - LiveBinder

First-hand evidence and testimony by witnesses or recorders of the development and implementation of the first atomic bombs.
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in 1939 albert einstein wrote a letter to president about uranium fission. he explained uranium could be another source of energy that it also could be away for us to win the war.

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Wars in the World

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Wars in the World, Daily News on Wars in the World and on New States
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it talks about what is happening around the world at this moment. such as islamic soilders attacked nigeria and killed 99 people. a member of a rebel group was killed sunday by missle fire. government soilders clashed with muslim rebels that  were opposed to the peace deal we made with them. at around the time my topic was going world war 2 was also happening.

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