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To the theoriginal plans for Alsos *7 ALSOS ater of operations impossible. As it turned out, during the most important period of operations, we had only a skeleton staff. It was the task of the scientists to obtain and analyze all pertinent information having to do with German science. From such information they had to deduce just what places, institutions, buildings, and people in enemy territory were important for giving us the information we wanted. It then became the task of Colonel Pash and his men to see that we got to these people and these places before anyone else got there.

Their reasoning was logical to the point of simplicity. It must be remembered that many of them had had cation at at least part of their scientific edu- German universities, and some of the foreign-born scientists all of their education. They had justified a natural and, in large measure, a admiration for German science —before Germans had started their uranium research about two years before us, we figured they must be at least two years ahead of us. They might not have the bomb yet, but they must have had chain reacting piles going for several years.

10-52. Irving, David. New York: Simon and Schuster, German Atomic Bomb: The History of The Virus House. 1967. Reissued as The Nuclear Research in Nazi Germany. d. [1982]. Irving, David, ed. Third Reich Documents. Group 11: German Atomic Research. : Microform Academic Publishers, 1966. Kramish, Arnold. The Griffin: The Greatest Untold Espionage Story of World War II. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1986. The story of Paul Rosbaud. XXVlll INTRODUCTION TO THE 1996 REPRINT EDITION Logan, Jonothan L. "Heisenberg, Goudsmit and the German 'ABombV Physics Today, May 1991, pp.

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