The Good War: An Oral History of World War Two - Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby, Remembrance of Things Past, and Epilogue: Boom Babies and Other New People Summary & Analysis

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Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby, Remembrance of Things Past, and Epilogue: Boom Babies and Other New People Summary and Analysis

In "Is You Is...," Philip Morrison and other scientists approached Washington to help make the bomb. He explains their process from creating the chain reaction to the final stages of the bomb. They learn the Germans were far behind in bomb creation. Morrison is moved to Los Alamos and assists in creating a method of assembly for the bomb. Morrison was there when they did the testing in the desert and loaded the core of the bomb onto the plane that dropped it on Nagasaki. Marnie Seymour speaks of her husband being sent to Oak Ridge, where they were working on...

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