As 1945 dawned, the scientists at the Metallurgical Laboratory in Chicago discovered their portion of the Manhattan Project coming to an end. While those at Los Alamos worked nonstop, the Chicago scientists’ duties dwindled. Spare time became plentiful, but relaxation scarce.
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