Children of Los Alamos


If there is one thing that separates us Children of Los Alamos from the rest of the world it is not that we grew up where Oppenheimer gave birth to the Atomic Age when he and a handful of the world brightest scientific minds built the bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima ending World War II, but that what is to us childhood memories that we will remember for the rest of our lives is to others an event in history they will never forget.

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5 responses to “Children of Los Alamos

  1. I wasn’t there during that time. We didn’t arrive until 1951, just in time for me to finish first grade at Aspen school. Nevertheless, I have always felt those formative years were “different.” Just not sure how much Los Alamos had to do with that, but it seems that it did.

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