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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.
The ninth installment of “Manhattan” takes a mysterious turn when Frank Winter and Charlie Isaacs, leaders of the two competing bomb design groups at Los Alamos, secretly decide to join forces in an all-out effort to tackle implosion.
Leona Woods, later Leona Woods Marshall and Leona Woods Marshall Libby, was one of the only, and perhaps the most well-known woman scientist working on the Manhattan Project. She was born on August 9, 1919 in La Grange, Illinois.
Seth Neddermeyer (1907-1988) was an American physicist.
Lieutenant General Leslie Groves (1896-1970) was a United States Army Corps of Engineers officer and director of the Manhattan Project.