Szilard, Leo

Szilard, Leo

Szilard, Leo
Group 8
I: Individuals and Groups
Physicists Leo Szilard (left) and Norman Hilberry (right) at the site where the world’s first nuclear reactor stood on the University of Chicago's Stagg Field during World War II. Dr. Szilard and Dr. Hilberry worked with the late Enrico Fermi to achieve the initial self-sustained chain reaction of nuclear energy, December 2, 1942, which led to the development of the atomic bomb.
Szilard, Leo, 1898-1964 | Hilberry, Norman, 1899-1986 | Physicists | Manhattan Project (U.S.)--History | Argonne National Laboratory | Atomic bomb--History
Argonne National Laboratory
Photographic prints; 26.7 x 20.6 cm
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
University of Chicago. News Office. Photographs
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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