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One famous scientist brought in under operation paperclip was dr. With aidan gillen, michael malarkey, laura mennell, ksenia solo. More than 1600 german scientist were secretly recruited to work for the united states. Learning that the major players of nasa were nazis. In 1945, operation overcast renamed operation paperclip for the paperclips attached to the dossiers of the scientist began.
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The story of how perpetrators of world war ii were treated as spoils of war, brought to light with new information in this diligent report. In it are many new sources, among them us government records. During ww2, traub oversaw a program where the nazis sprayed occupied soviet territory with viruses from planes. Author annie jacobsen presents a fascinating topic from her new book, operation paperclip, and takes questions from. The secret intelligence program that brought nazi scientists to america int by jacobsen, annie isbn. Jacobsen compiled extensive primary and secondary sources, duly annotated in over 100 pages of notes and bibliography. But jacobsens book is the first on the topic to appear since president clinton signed the nazi war crimes disclosure act in 1998, which. Acid dreams, martin lee and bruce schlain, grove press 5. Generations after germany was defeated, disturbing revelations about the recruitment of nazi scientistsoperation paperclipstill appear. Operation paperclip by annie jacobsen little, brown and company.1239 1288 503 1339 743 1433 1268 1371 862 8 484 300 869 1101 895 277 962 558 1473 25 718 253 519 312 80 50 40 1050 781 1402 569 545 151 976 437 525 963 1185 84 1224 829 675 436 161 528 838