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Taking Nazi Technology: Allied Exploitation of German Science after the Second World War

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During the Second World War, German science and technology posed a terrifying threat to the Allied nations. Combined with Germany's generations-old reputation for excellence in science and engineering, these advanced weapons, which included rockets, V-2 missiles, tanks, submarines, and jet airplanes, gave troubling credence to Nazi propaganda about forthcoming "wonder-weap ...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published June 4th 2019 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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Fascinating accounting of technologies developed and utilized from the Nazi's in World War II. Well researched and written, the book is interesting and educational. Thought provoking too.
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Douglas O'Reagan earned a PhD in History from the University of California, Berkeley in 2014, and since then has held academic/research positions at UC Berkeley, Washington State University, and MIT. His work focuses on the history of science/technology, espionage/intelligence, diplomacy, and business history.