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The Girls of Atomic City

Denise Kiernan wrote this book about the women of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, their lives, and their loves during WWII. She goes into detail to explain the process of obtaining, testing, weighing, storing, and shipping the Tubealloy necessary to build the Atomic Bomb that ended the war while maintaining secrecy on the project - an almost impossible task. The book comes alive with the personal interviews she collected. Visit her at www.denisekiernan.com

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