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HIST4440

The Nuclear Age: Science, Bombs, the World Order in the Twentieth Century
Credit Hours:
3 hours

An exploration of the role of nuclear energy and weapons in the history of the twentieth century, from the humble origins of the science of radioactivity and atomic nucleus, through the drama of World War II's race for the atomic bomb, to the nuclear-centered world politics and diplomacy of the Cold War.

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