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Little Men and the Big Bomb
ENOLA GAY. By Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan Witts, Stein & Day, 327 pp. $11.95 FRED KAPLAN, a research associate with the Institute for Policy Studies, Is also an Arms Control Fellow at M.I.T. Little Men And the Big Bomb
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Jul 24, 1977
Start Page: 151
Pages: 2
Section: BOOK WORLD Travel/Gardens

ENOLA GAY was the B-29 that on August 6, 1945, dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, wiping out most of the city, killing 80,000 people, injuring 70,000 more, and marking the first step in a nuclear arms race that eats up billions of dollars a year.

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