Author Ralph G. Steinhardt reads his poignant story, “Memories of My Father’s Memories”

“Eight thousand people essentially disappeared into Los Alamos during the war to develop the first atomic weapons, and my father, a member of the Army’s Special Engineer Detachment, was one of them, at 26 years old.”

Hear August author Ralph G. Steinhardt read the story of his father’s participation in the program that built the world’s first atomic weapons.

Read the article: Memories of My Father’s Memories

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