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British Mission

A team of British scientists led by Sir James Chadwick, and including Rudolph Peierls, M.L.E. Oliphant, Otto Frisch, James Tuck, Klaus Fuchs, and 13 others, who assisted the Manhattan Project in many critical areas as a part of the Quebec Agreement in August 1942. These scientists served diligently at Los Alamos throughout the war, and some even remained after its conclusion.

James Chadwick
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Klaus Fuchs
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Oliphant, Mark
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Otto Frisch
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Peierls, Rudolph
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