Robert Oppenheimer and McCarthyism

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Robert Oppenheimer and McCarthyism

Robert Oppenheimer and McCarthyism

Bertrand Goldschmidt, former director and advisor at the Atomic Energy Commission, talks about a difficult period in the career of American physicist Robert Oppenheimer. "The father of the A bomb" is accused, in the 1950s in the middle of McCarthyism, of communist sympathies. Bertrand Goldschmidt criticises this decision of the Americans and explains that it stems more from Oppenheimer’s concern and doubts about the manufacture of the H-bomb than for its possible links with the USSR.

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Publication date : 7 July 1983

Reference:
I23163900
Credits:
Producteur: Télévision Française 1   -   Director : Pasmantier, Henri  -  Producer : Simon, Véronique  -  Producer : Gouley, Bernard  -  Producer : Laperière, Christiane  -  Presenter : Lanzi, Jean  -  Participant : Goldschmidt, Bertrand
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Turnkey

Reference:I23163900

Credits:Director : Pasmantier, Henri-Producer : Simon, Véronique-Producer : Gouley, Bernard-Producer : Laperière, Christiane-Presenter : Lanzi, Jean-Participant : Goldschmidt, Bertrand

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