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Copenhagen in Debate: Historical Essays And Documents on the 1941 Meeting Between Niels Bohr And Werner Heisenberg Paperback – 30 Jan 2005


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Michael Frayn's drama Copenhagen, which stages the 1941 wartime meeting between the German physicist Werner Heisenberg and the Danish physicist Niels Bohr in Nazi-occupied Copenhagen, has engendered another drama, this one among historians, about the play and the past itself. Read the first page
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great 3 Feb. 2010
By M. Khan - Published on Amazon.com
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Great collection of perspectives on the 1941 meeting between Heisenberg and Bohr. So of the presenters are pretty biased though. Very interesting read!
Copenhagen 2 Oct. 2013
By Kirsten Tholstrup - Published on Amazon.com
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I have used it in my work as a highschool professor in Copenhagen,Denmark. We were doing a project on the atomic bomb including Niels Bohr's and Heiselberg's roles in the development of nuclear energy /bombs, and the film was a great help, as it gave a very good idea of their relationship. However, the role of Bohr's wife was somewhat exaggerated, as we got the impression that she was just as clever a physicist (she was NOT a physicist) as the two others.
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