Title: Significants Of Soviet Unions First Atomic Bomb
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both married and joined the Communist party in 1939. They later dropped out so they
would be able to help their party in 1942. They did this so they could get jobs at U.S.
Army Signal Corps. This is were they got their information that they gave to the Soviet
Union. They apparently passed on classified info on the construction of the atomic bomb...
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They apparently passed on classified info on the construction of the atomic bomb.
Info that would have taken the Soviet Union many more years to learn on their own.
The explosion of the first atomic bomb by Russia started an arms race between the
Soviets and the United States. This was a time when the Soviets and Americans where
trying to out due each other in the production of defensive or offensive weapons...
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