Blood and Water by Dan Kurzman
Sabotaging Hitler's Bomb

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The story of how a desperate clandestine mission in Norway ended the Nazi dream of building the atomic bomb.

About Dan Kurzman

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Kurzman is a former Washington Post correspondent and the author of 14 books and the winner of five literary and journalistic awards.
Published January 15, 1997 by Henry Holt and Co.. 288 pages
Genres: History, Computers & Technology, War, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Several of the commando raids failed, and Kurzman's account brings out the heroism of the English and Norwegian raiders who fell victim to Hitler's standing order to execute all captured commandos.

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In the spring of 1940, British intelligence found that a German-controlled complex of hydroelectric and electrochemical plants in Norway was turning out increasing amounts of deuterium oxide, or heavy water, a key ingredient of nuclear reactions.

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