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Title: Museum Entrance


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Museum Entrance
Welcome to the Museum of The Manhattan Project
Production of atom bomb
Devastation Room
Scientists Room
Aftermath Room
Decision Room
Curators Offices
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Curators Office
Samuel J. Kreins
I am a leader and enjoy to control the group as
well as being part of one. Welcome to the museum
of the Manhattan project that we have put
together for you. We hope that you enjoy.

kreins3_at_yahoo.com
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Note Virtual museums were first introduced by
educators at Keith Valley Middle School in
Horsham, Pennsylvania. This template was designed
by Dr. Christy Keeler. View the Educational
Virtual Museums website for more information on
this instructional technique.
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Room 1
Scientists Room



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Room 2
Devastation Room



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Room 3
Production of atom bomb
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Room 4
Aftermath of nuclear warfare
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Room 5
Decision Room

Artifact 21
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Some Manhattan Project Scientists
Some Manhattan Project Scientists from left to
right Bohr, Oppenheimer, Feynman, Fermi. These
are some of the scientists involved in the making
of the Atomic Bomb. They worked at the Los Alamos
center in New Mexico.
http//mrmouatmwh2011.wikispaces.com/Topic201720
(Manhattan20Project)
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Robert Oppenheimer
This is Robert Oppenheimer. He was one of the
main scientists involved in the researching and
building of the atomic bomb.
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Ernest Wilkins
Ernest Wilkins, black scientist in the Manhattan
Project. He had an important role in the
isolating of the uranium while building the bomb.
http//donsurber.blogspot.com/2015/05/ernest-wilki
ns-negro-genius.html
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Lilli Hornig
There were also many women scientists that were
in the Manhattan Project. This is Lilli Hornig,
She was a scientist at Los Almos.
http//www.atomicheritage.org/article/women-scient
ists-manhattan-project
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12
People Died
More than 100 million soldiers and civilians are
estimated to have died during the international
and civil wars of the twentieth century. although
this is almost an unimaginable number, there is
cause for some hope, even as there is also cause
for despair. The hope arises from historical
evidence that the number of international wars,
civil wars, and other types of armed conflict has
in fact declined over the centuries, with the
number in the past half-century much smaller than
in centuries past Reflecting this decline, a
smaller percentage of the worlds population died
in armed conflict during the past century than in
earlier eras
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Explosions
In 1946, the Manhattan Engineer District
published a study that concluded that 66,000
people were killed at Hiroshima out of a
population of 255,000. Of that number, 45,000
died on the first day and 19,000 during the next
four months. In addition, "several hundred"
survivors were expected to die from
radiation-induced cancers and leukemia over the
next 30 years.
http//www.warbirdforum.com/hirodead.htm
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Devestation
The Hiroshima and Nagasaki explosions yielded
some 200 different kinds of radioactive isotopes,
that is, nuclear fission particles of uranium and
plutonium that escaped fission. Following the
explosions, these and other materials irradiated
by neutrons from the bomb, were carried high into
the atmosphere.
http//atomicbombmuseum.org/3_radioactivity.shtml
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Effects of the bomb
  • The United States becomes the first and only
    nation to use atomic weaponry during wartime when
    it drops an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of
    Hiroshima. Though the dropping of the atomic bomb
    on Japan marked the end of World War II, many
    historians argue that it also ignited the Cold War

http//www.history.com/this-day-in-history/atomic
-bomb-dropped-on-hiroshima
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Expolsions
The most complicated issue to be addressed in
making of an atomic bomb was the production of
ample amounts of "enriched" uranium to sustain a
chain reaction. At the time, uranium-235 was very
hard to extract.
http//inventors.about.com/od/astartinventions/a/a
tomic_bomb.htm
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Enriched Uranium
The most complicated issue to be addressed in
making of an atomic bomb was the production of
ample amounts of "enriched" uranium to sustain a
chain reaction. At the time, uranium-235 was very
hard to extract.
http//inventors.about.com/od/astartinventions/a/a
tomic_bomb.htm
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Manufactuing Plants
A massive enrichment laboratory/plant was
constructed at Oak Ridge, Tennessee
http//inventors.about.com/od/astartinventions/a/a
tomic_bomb.htm
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Construction
Harold Urey and his colleagues at Columbia
University devised an extraction system that
worked on the principle of gaseous diffusion, and
Ernest Lawrence (inventor of the Cyclotron) at
the University of California in Berkeley
implemented a process involving magnetic
separation of the two isotopes.
http//inventors.about.com/od/astartinventions/a/a
tomic_bomb.htm
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Japans nuclear power
Today, Japan's nuclear energy infrastructure
makes it eminently capable of constructing
nuclear weapons at will. The de-militarization of
Japan and the protection of the United States'
nuclear umbrella have led to a strong policy of
non-weaponization of nuclear technology, but in
the face of nuclear weapons testing by North
Korea, some politicians and former military
officials in Japan are calling for a reversal of
this policy.
http//33-minutes.com/33-minutes/nuclear-war-in-am
erica.htm
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Free of Possibility?
There is no more Cold War, so is there a threat
of nuclear war in America or is the country free
from this possibility? It is true that the Cold
War ended in the late 1980's under the Reagan
Administration. However, the missile age didn't
fully end at that time. Russia and the U.S. both
have stockpiles of nuclear weapons which have
been slowly reduced over the past 20 years.
http//33-minutes.com/33-minutes/nuclear-war-in-am
erica.htm
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Is there threat of nuclear war?
The threat of nuclear war in America is still a
reality. It is not brought to light very often,
but the possibility does still remain. North
Korea has ballistic nuclear warhead equipped
missiles that can reach the West Coast of
America. For years, Russia has had ballistic
missiles that can reach all areas within the U.S.
Iran is aggressively working on a nuclear program
which seems to involve the creation of nuclear
weapons.
http//33-minutes.com/33-minutes/nuclear-war-in-am
erica.htm
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Define Nuclear Warfare
Nuclear warfare (sometimes atomic warfare or
thermonuclear warfare) is a military conflict or
political strategy in which nuclear weaponry is
used to inflict damage on the enemy.
https//www.google.com/?gws_rdsslsafestrictqd
efinenuclearwarfare
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Pearl Harbor Attack
This attack influenced our decision to drop the
bomb on japan.
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Harry Truman
Harry Truman was in charge when we dropped the
bomb.
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Newspaper Article
This was in the newspaper about the atom bomb.

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Atomic Bomb Article
This is an article on the decision to drop the
Atomic bomb.
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Atomic Bomb
This is the Atomic Bomb we dropped on
Japan.
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Manhattan Project
The Manhattan Project was the building and
dropping of the Atomic Bomb on Japan.
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Sign by the Labs
They didnt want the word to get out that they
were building an Atomic bomb.
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Blast Radius
This it the blast radius of the Atomic
Bomb.
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