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April 22, 1904: Birth of J. Robert Oppenheimer in New York City,USA

1922-1925: Studies at Harvard University.

1963: Died in Princeton, New Jersey,

1954: Is revoked from his security clearance and his position at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton

1947: Is indicted for his alleged ties to communism.

1942: Directs the Manhattan Project, which led to the development of the atomic bomb.

.1933: Accepts a professorship at the University of California at Berkeley.

.1925-1926: Studied at the University of Cambridge, England.

Oppenheimer's life

Elias Nathan Valentin Yuri

1945: Division of Germany and Berlin

End of the Cold War (1989-1991) win of USA

Berliner wall 1961-1989

Vietnam War (1955-1975):

Space Race (1957-1975)

Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)

Korean War (1950-1953)

Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan (1947)

Cold War

1905: Albert Einstein publishes his theory of special relativity, E=mc^2

Computers: 1939

1928: Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin, the first antibiotic.


20th century's discoveries and inventions

1969: Apollo 11 lands astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon, achieving a monumental feat in human history.

nuclear energy : end of the WWII

1932: James Chadwick discovers the neutron, leading to further breakthroughs in nuclear physics.

1938: German chemists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann discover nuclear fission.

2000s-Present: Efforts to prevent nuclear proliferation and promote disarmament continue

1986: The Chernobyl nuclear disaster occurs in Ukraine, marking one of the worst nuclear accidents in history

1954: The United States tests its first hydrogen bomb, significantly more powerful than atomic bombs

1949: The Soviet Union tests its first atomic bomb, breaking the American monopoly on nuclear weapons.

1945: The United States conducts the first successful test of an atomic bomb (Trinity Test

1942: The Manhattan Project is established under the direction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, with J. Robert Oppenheimer as scientific director

1939-1945: World War II

The nuclear program