Scientists Against Time by James Phinney Baxter III

"Scientists Against Time" is a comprehensive account of the scientific and technological advancements during World War II. The book details how scientists, engineers, and industrialists collaborated to develop new weapons and equipment to aid the war effort. It highlights the creation of radar, the atomic bomb, and other innovations that drastically changed the course of the war. This book underscores the crucial role of science in warfare and the importance of collaboration between different sectors in times of crisis.

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