5 edition of scientist"s war found in the catalog.
1991 by P. Peregrinus, in association with the Science Museum in London, U.K .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Robert Clayton & Joan Algar.|
|Series||IEE history of technology series ;, 14, History of technology series ;, 14.|
|Contributions||Clayton, Robert, Sir, 1915-, Algar, Joan.|
|LC Classifications||TK140.P38 A3 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 674 p. :|
|Number of Pages||674|
|LC Control Number||92128630|
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Many of these Nazi scientists and doctors were guilt of war crimes having used concentration camp inmates and prisoners of war as slave labour and for human experiments. However, the end of the war ushered in an uneasy peace and an arms race between former allies - US and USSR - now turned foes.
During this period, with an aim of exploiting Cited by: As other reviewers have commented this book is far wider than just Hitler's scientists. It is a fascinating overview of early 20th Century science, particularly physics. It describes the personalities and the behaviour of individual scientists before the last world war leading up to the Nazi regime and its downfall/5(43).
Scientists at War examines the ethical debates that severely tested the American scientific community during the Cold Bridger highlights the contributions of scientists to military technologies and strategic policymaking, from the dawning atomic age in the s through the Strategic Defense Initiative (“Star Wars”) in the s, which sparked a cross-generational opposition.
Scientists at War examines the ethical debates that severely tested the American scientific community during the Cold War. Sarah Bridger highlights the contributions of scientists to military technologies and strategic policymaking, from the dawning atomic age in the s through the Strategic Defense Initiative ("Star Wars") in the s, which sparked a4/5(2).
For the most part, the book reads like a novel, and with his superb writing, the author Cornwell brings the characters to life. Many of the German scientists in the ties were Jewish, or partly Jewish, and they were dismissed by Hitler inor the years up to the war.
Many of them emigrated, and others ended up in concentration by: Scientists at War is a book that delivers exactly what it promises: a deep exploration of American scientists’ understanding of their role in Cold War weapons research.
Bridger’s faithfulness to her actors’ terms has produced a thoughtful, sympathetic, and at times, even moving, account of an ethically complicated time. This book gives a decent account of how Hitler and the Nazis used and misused their scientists leading up to and during WWII.
From driving out Jews, including Einstein and similar, to initially drafting many of the German scientists into the Wermacht as common soldiers, there wasn't really a solid plan to use their talents/5.
Cal Poly History Professor Sarah Bridger released her latest book, “Scientists at War: The Ethics of Cold War Weapons Research.” The text offers readers an authoritative inside look into the moral dilemmas scientists faced during times of conflict.
OCLC Number: Notes: Reviews: Times Literary Supplement, 29 Junep New York Times Book Review, 8 Julyp RUSI Journal, Aug.
pp. Inthe US government embarked upon a secret project that would become known as "Operation Paperclip", as shown in Amazon's Hunters.
Military science is the study of military processes, institutions, and behavior, along with the study of warfare, and the theory and application of organized coercive force.
It is mainly focused on theory, method, and practice of producing military capability in a manner consistent with national defense ry science serves to identify the strategic, political, economic. This volume includes a representative selection of Sidney Drell''s recent writings and speeches (circa to the present) on public policy issues with substantial scientific components.
Most of the writings deal with national security, nuclear weapons, and arms control and reflect the authorOCOs personal involvement in such issues dating back to /5(1). From scientists to weapons testers to doctors – bringing to life the formidable female pioneers who helped win the war and the vote Wendy Moore Wed 3.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eggleston, Wilfrid. Scientists at war. Toronto, New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) This book provides a new, integrated overview of the remarkable technical achievements by the U.S.
and British scientists who helped turn the tide of World War II. Although the war seemed endless to the participants, the number of world-shaping developments that occurred during the six years after the world’s industrialized countries. Operation Paperclip was a secret program of the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency (JIOA) largely carried out by special agents of Army CIC, in which more than 1, German scientists, engineers, and technicians, such as Wernher von Braun and his V-2 rocket team, were taken from Germany to the United States, for U.S.
government employment, primarily between and Hitler's ignorance of science and technology, scientists and engineers, as well as the grotesquely inefficient and corrupt 'polycratic' nature of the power structures of the Third Reich, undermined Germany's ability to win a long-term war based on sophisticated science and technology calling for massive : Penguin Publishing Group.
But as Patricia Fara shows in her new book, A Lab of One’s Own, the Great War also gave some women the chance to emerge from the shadows and show their mettle as. Sarah Bridger. Scientists at War: The Ethics of Cold War Weapons Research.
x + pp. Harvard University Press, $ Review by Jacob Darwin Hamblin, originally published as "An Ethical Evolution" in American Scientist (Nov/Dec ) A memorable scene in the film The Dead Zone provides an ethical justification for actions that harm.
SCIENTISTS AT WAR: The Ethics of Cold War Weapons Research. Sarah Bridger. x + pp. Harvard University Press, $ A memorable scene in the film The Dead Zone provides an ethical justification for actions that harm innocent people. The protagonist presents his friend and psychiatrist with a well-worn hypothetical query: If he could travel back in time to pre-Nazi Author: Jacob Hamblin.
Book Review: 'Operation Paperclip' In the final months of World War II, the United States undertook an enormous effort to attract Nazi scientists to the U.S. Writer Annie Jacobsen's new book.
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When Hitler came to power in the s, Germany had led the world in science, mathematics, and technology for nearly four decades. But while the fact that Hitler swiftly pressed Germany's scientific prowess into the service of a brutal, racist, xenophobic ideology is well known, few realize that German scientists had knowingly broken international agreements and basic codes of morality to 3/5(4).
HITLER'S SCIENTISTS: Science, War, and the Devil's Pact John Cornwell, Author. Viking $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book Cornwell's devastating. Scientists at War examines the ethical debates that severely tested the American scientific community during the Cold War.
Sarah Bridger highlights the contributions of scientists to military technologies and strategic policymaking, from the dawning atomic age in the s through the Strategic Defense Initiative ("Star Wars") in the s, which sparked a cross-generational opposition among.
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Book Description. This book seeks to explore how scientists across a number of countries managed to cope with the challenging circumstances created by World War II.
No scientist remained unaffected by the outbreak of WWII. As the book shows, there were basically two opposite ways in which the war encroached on the life of a scientific researcher.
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Sir Isaac Newton (–) Newton was. The book powerfully illustrates the dilemma of political power. On a detailed level, though, nuance is lost. Bridger argues that government scientists used moral language to support their anti-nuclearism, but offers an overly broad definition of "moral," describing, for example, a scientists' statement that a nuclear test ban was in "the best interests of the United States and world peace" as.
Numerous books have dealt with the deleterious effects the post-World War II 'red scare' had on American life, but American Science in an Age of Anxiety is the first to provide a comprehensive history of how it affected scientists and science policy.
The book presents a stark, often disturbing picture of lives ruined and principles compromisedPages: During World War I, far away from the lines of battle, the UK was faced with a different crisis.
As thousands of khaki-clad “Tommies” shipped off to the front, the British economy teetered on. “Accessory to War” took Tyson and Lang more than a decade to write in part because the history of space scientists’ entanglement with military might turned out to be so rich, encompassing Author: Emily Eakin.
Nazi scientists who produced chemical weapons for Adolf Hitler were hired by the United States to fight the Cold War, and helped U.S. intelligence test LSD and other interrogation techniques on captured Soviet spies, according to a book by U.S. journalist Annie Jacobsen published this week.
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Smart News Keeping you current Why the U.S. Government Brought Nazi Scientists to America After World War II As the war came to a close, the U.S. government was itching to.
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Scientists at War is a book that delivers exactly what it promises: a deep exploration of American scientists' understanding of their role in Cold War weapons research.
Bridger's faithfulness to her actors' terms has produced a thoughtful, sympathetic, and at times, even moving, account of an ethically complicated : Sarah Bridger. New Book 'Operation Paperclip' Shows Nazi Scientists Worked For CIA During Cold War The United States recruited Nazi scientists after the end of World War II and put them to work on secret military and intelligence programs during the Cold War -- that is the astonishing topic.
Inat the height of the Cold War, the FBI began collecting information on thousands of Chinese scientists and students in cities across the U.S. The Scientist and the Spy, a book publishing in February, reveals the existence of this former program for the first time.
Why it matters: Recent FBI indictments and investigations, targeting Author: Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian. The United States and the Soviet Union, once allies against Germany and the Nazi regime during World War II, were now in a fierce contest to .British journalist John Cornwell discussed his book [Hitler's Scientists: Science, War and the Devil's Pact], published by Viking Press.
The book examines the role of science in the Nazi regime.In Science on the Home Front, Jordynn Jack argues that it was the very language of science--the discourses and genres of scientific communication--that helped to limit women's progress in science even as it provided opportunities for a small group of prominent female scientists to advance during the war.
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