By Samuel Abraham Goudsmit; David C Cassidy
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The blasting of the Norwestruction, 8 THE FEAR OF A GERMAN ATOM BOMB gian source of their heavy water supply was a serious handicap for their research. However, they had a supply on hand sufficiently large to continue. Our raid did not stop them. On the con- same Nor did the fact that they rebuilt the Norwegian heavywater plant faster than was expected give us any cause for congratulations. It was a clear indication that the uranium project had a high priority in the German war effort. That was about all we knew.
S. and British agents, but invariably the technical details were hopelessly nonsensical. The reason was obvious. No ordinary spy could get us the information we wanted 10 CO CO oo CO THE FEAR OF A GERMAN ATOM BOMB he lacked the scientific essential. D. in physics is rare, even for the simple reason that training to know what was in detective fiction. Nor did German any better. That they knew nothing about our work over here is clear from the letter quoted earlier Intelligence function What information they got made much sense as what we received about in this chapter.
Might it not mean that the Germans had a secret laboratory somewhere in the mountains where the wine was grown? It did not occur to them that there are many mineral waters in France secret action radiograms. shows activity. which show weak radioactivities. The wording of the radiograms indicated clear22 WE PREPARE TO ly that they INVESTIGATE had been sent by someone not ac- quainted with elementary physics. I could not spare anyone to look into this wine nonsense. We were very busy preparing for the fall of Strasbourg, which was expected momentarily, and our whole Mission was reduced to three physicists and a few experts in other fields.
Alsos by Samuel Abraham Goudsmit; David C Cassidy