A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Study Guide Chapter 45-46 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Dr. Niels Bohr continued his work in Copenhagen. His lab and his experiments grew since there was always funding available. There was a heavy water cyclotron under his lab, and saboteurs had already placed explosives just in case they needed to destroy the facility. The British government sent Bohr a message hidden in holes bored in two keys. He rejected the British request to stop his work and move to England.

The Nazis began to round up Jews in Denmark; Bohr gave his colleague, Stefan Rozental, his important papers and told him to escape to England. He didn't want the important parts of his work to fall into German hands. They never arrived as Rozental lost them on his way to Sweden. Bohr, himself, escaped at the end of September before he was arrested by the Gestapo. Bohn agreed to go to England...

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