GREAT SCIENTISTS WAGE THE GREAT WAR
Blending of history and science, the author reveals the impact of six great scientists on the War to End All Wars. From Otto Hahn, who worked on poisons for gas warfare, to A.V. Hill, who revolutionized anti-aircraft defense, it is an unique look at the innovations that empowered an epic conflict. 16 pages of photos.
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