Hitler's scientists : science, war, and the devil's pact / John Cornwell.
In Hitler's Scientists, British historian John Cornwell explores German scientific genius in the first half of the twentieth century and shows how Germany's early lead in the new physics led to the discovery of atomic fission, which in turn led the way to the atom bomb, and how the ideas of Darwinism were hijacked to create the lethal doctrine of racial cleansing.
- ISBN: 0670030759
- Physical Description: 600 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Viking, 2003.
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