Stimson, Henry L.
August 1948
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Aug1948, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p237
The article presents a reprint of the chapter of the book "On Active Service in Peace and War," by Henry L. Stimson. The effects of the advent of atomic energy to the American people were seen during the bomb explosion in Hiroshima, Japan. A feeling of satisfaction, pride and victory were felt. However, despite the achievement of science and the nuclear industry, deeper feelings of emotions arise.


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