Hitler’s Scientists

 

 

Title: Hitler’s Scientists by John Cornwell

Category: Nonfiction, History, Science

Review: This book was a really interesting book to read. I found myself pulled in from the moment I started to read it. The author did a really good job writing this book. It has 34 chapters and is divided into 8 parts. Mainly the book discusses atomic and nuclear science among the scientists. However, it has one part where it discusses about the scientists of Auschwitz. It also reveals the opinions of the different scientists who thought it was okay to use science for political purposes and to use humans in their experiments. This book is a mixture of history and science. It definitely will keep you interested.

Rating: *****

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