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Robert Oppenheimer 1908-1967 By Alexis Sumrall
Education He graduated from Hartford University. He was awarded the Enrico Ferm award.
Bombs He was the director of the team that assembled the first atomic bomb. He held opposition to the hydrogen bomb.
Political Ties His loyalty to the United States was questioned. He had connections to the Communist Party.
Investigation He was investigated by the AEC Security Panel (Automatic Energy Commission). He was cleared of all charges. He was denied access to secret information.
Director of Advanced Studies The last years of his life, he was the director of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.
12 – 4 The Cold War at Home Lesson Objective: Focus on how fear of communism in the U.S. affected all facets of American society during the Cold War.
Cold War at Home Aim: How did the Cold War affect life in the US? Do Now: Write down 5 things you remember about the Cold War.
The Manhattan Project. Overview Program to develop atomic weapons Code Named: The Manhattan Project Began December 1941 & ended in 1946 Was discreet.
McCarthyism As it relates to The Crucible. What is McCarthyism? It’s the term used to describe the false accusations against many Americans for belonging.
World War II. This was a project to develop the first atomic bomb during World War II. “Manhattan Project” was a code name to keep the project concealed.
Red Scare The Red Scare began in September 1945, and escalated into a general fear of Communist subversion of the united States. subversion–an effort to.
The Red Scare. Beginning of the Red Scare Began in Sept 1945 Igor Gouzenko defected (gave up his allegiance) from the Soviet Union Documents he owned.
The Second Red Scare The fear of communism in the U.S. after WWII.
CHAPTER 21 – 3 THE COLD WAR HEIGHTENED AMERICANS' FEARS OF COMMUNIST INFILTRATION AND ATOMIC ATTACK. The Cold War and American Society.
Fighting the Cold War at Home
The Cold War at Home. Scenario: You have recently won a full scholarship to your dream university. The week before the end of your senior year, you are.
America after WW2 Anticommunist crusade & the threat of Nuclear War r0dUIq8gHgc _W_lLhBt8Vg.
Manhattan Project Developing the Atomic Bomb
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1879 Born in Ulm, Germany Einstein receives his first compass, beginning his quest to investigate the natural world Albert attempts to skip high.
Manhattan Project Developing the Atomic Bomb Please get out your notebook and a pen or pencil.
Albert Einstein: His Life Born 1879 in Germany to a middle class Jewish family. At the age of 15, Einstein quit high school. Later entered.
The Dawn of the Atomic Age
Chapter 18 Section 3 The Cold War at Home.
The Red Scare Mini Lecture. Cold War at Home Rosenberg's – 1950 – Julius and Ethel – arrested for spying – charged with selling secret information about.
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