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Browse our collection of oral histories with workers, families, service members, and more about their experiences in the Manhattan Project.
Tour some of the key locations of the Manhattan Project with an audio guide.
Technical Sergeant George "Bob" Caron served as the Tail Gunner on the Enola Gay during the Hiroshima mission. He was the only line of defense that the customized B-29 possessed.
Rose Bethe and her husband, Nobel Prize winner Hans Bethe, moved to Los Alamos in early 1943 when Hans was appointed leader of the Theoretical Division for the Manhattan Project.
Robert Serber (1909-1997) was an American physicist. In 1941, Serber was recruited by J. Robert Oppenheimer to work on the Manhattan Project.