The Implosion Conspiracy

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The Implosion Conspiracy

Author: Louis Nizer
Publisher: Doubleday
Copyright: 1973
Pages: 495

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Louis Nizer brings the perspective of a lawyer to this review of the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for espionage in 1951. Known as the "atomic spies," the Rosenbergs were tried and convicted of spying for the Soviet Union and providing them with secrets from the Manhattan Project. They were executed by electrocution.

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Background Information

The project to develop the first atomic bomb during World War II was known as the Manhattan District, or informally the Manhattan Project.