Uranverein

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Abraham Esau - Career - World War II and The Uranverein
... fission in December 1938/January 1939, the Uranverein, i.e ... First Uranverein Paul Harteck was director of the physical chemistry department at the University of Hamburg and an advisor to the Heereswaffenamt (HWA, Army Ordnance Office) ... their colleague Reinhold Mannfopff the group of physicists was known informally as the first Uranverein (Uranium Club) and formally as Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kernphysik ...
Walther Bothe - Career - Uranium Club
... nuclear energy project, also known as the Uranverein (Uranium Club), began in the spring of 1939 under the auspices of the Reichsforschungsrat (RFR, Reich Research Council) of the ... Under the control of the HWA, the Uranverein had its first meeting on 16 September ... Rudolf Fleischmann, Erwin Fünfer, and Peter Jensen were soon drawn into work for the Uranverein ...
Robert Döpel - Career - In Germany
... für Kernphysik” was known informally as the first Uranverein (Uranium Club) and included the physicists Walther Bothe, Wilhelm Hanle, his friend Robert Döpel ... The second Uranverein began after the Heereswaffenamt (Army Ordnance Office) squeezed out the Reichsforschungsrat (Reich Research Council) of the ... Physics), a classified internal reporting vehicle of the Uranverein ...
Erich Schumann - Career - Uranverein
1939 to 1942 the HWA controlled the German nuclear energy project, also known at the Uranverein (Uranium Club) in 1942 control was turned over to the RFR ... Many scientists in the Uranverein working on the Uranmaschine (uranium machine, i.e ... Höcker, colleagues of von Weizsäcker within the Uranverein had already been called up Müller was killed on the Russian front ...
Kernphysikalische Forschungsberichte
... an internal publication of the German Uranverein, which was initiated under the Heereswaffenamt (Army Ordnance Office) in 1939 in 1942, supervision of the Uranverein was turned over to the Reichsforschungsrat ... Kernphysikalische Forschungsberichte as members of the Uranverein can be grouped as follows Nine of the ten German nuclear physicists, except for Max von ...