Special colloquium [sound recording] : Arms Control Panel / 1983 April 13.

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Los Alamos National Laboratory. Special colloquium [sound recording] : Arms Control Panel / 1983 April 13.

Special colloquium [sound recording] : Arms Control Panel / 1983 April 13.

Fortieth anniversary of Los Alamos. Speakers include: Richard Garwin, Edward Teller, Bans Bethe, and Donald Kerr.

2 sound cassettes (2 hrs.) : analog, mono. ; 4 in.

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Bethe, Hans A. (Hans Albrecht), 1906-2005

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Kerr, Donald M.

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