Nuclear Reactions

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By Adam Ganz. At the end of WWII, Germany's nuclear physicists were brought to England.

At the end of the war, Germany's most talented nuclear physicists were brought to England to discover exactly what they knew about the atomic bomb.

Producer / Director - Eoin O'Callaghan

Nuclear Reactions stars Nick Dunning and Nickolas Grace. At the end of WWII, Germany's most talented and formidable nuclear physicists were rounded up and brought to England. The British were keen to discover exactly what they knew about the atomic bomb, but they also wanted to ensure that the powerhouse of German thought remained intact, and capable of regenerating a defeated nation.

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At the end of the war, Germany's most talented nuclear physicists were brought to England to discover exactly what they knew about the atomic bomb.

Major Rittner - Nick Dunning

Anton - Michael Shelford

Fee - Alison Pettitt

Werner Heisenberg - Chris McHallem

Otto Hahn- Nickolas Grace

Max Von Laue - Richard Howard

Kurt Diebner - Sam Dale

Friedrich Von Weizsacker - Michael Shelford

Professor Blackett/Reader - Ian McElhinney

Pianist - Mark McGrath

Producer / Director - Eoin O'callaghan

Nuclear Reactions stars Nick Dunning and Nickolas Grace.

At the end of WWII, Germany's most talented and formidable nuclear physicists were rounded up and brought to England.

The British were keen to discover exactly what they knew about the atomic bomb, but they also wanted to ensure that the powerhouse of German thought remained intact, and capable of regenerating a defeated nation.

The author Adam Ganz's father, was one of an earlier wave of Jewish scientists who were tasked with overseeing the interrogation and rehabilitation of Hitler's ,Uranium Club".

By Adam Ganz.

At the end of WWII, Germany's nuclear physicists were brought to England."

Nuclear Reactions stars Nick Dunning and Nickolas Grace. At the end of WWII, Germany's most talented and formidable nuclear physicists were rounded up and brought to England. The British were keen to discover exactly what they knew about the atomic bomb, but they also wanted to ensure that the powerhouse of German thought remained intact, and capable of regenerating a defeated nation.