Item #9975 The first attempt to limit the proliferation of the Atomic Bomb 1946 - With an inscription by the Navigator who dropped the first Atomic Bomb on prevention of atomic bomb manufacturing. Van Kirk, ATOM BOMB.

The first attempt to limit the proliferation of the Atomic Bomb 1946 - With an inscription by the Navigator who dropped the first Atomic Bomb on prevention of atomic bomb manufacturing

Book Signed

"The International Control of Atomic Energy: Scientific Information Transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission June 14, 1946- October 14, 1946." Book Prepared by The Department of State, 6 x 9", 195, pages, soft cover. Inscribed and annotated inside by by Navigator Theodore Van Kirk who dropped the bomb on Hiroshima.

Van Kirk writes in his hand on the title page: " As stated on p. 164, The best control measure for the prevention of atomic bomb manufacture are those intended to prevent the accumulation of the essential fissionable materials. Theodore Van Kirk - Navigator - Enola Gay 6 Aug. 1945" This was one of the first official reports to the U. N on controlling the proliferation of the A Bomb. Unfortunately for all of us an unsuccessful attempt. A historic association by someone who witnessed the first atomic explosion.

Item #9975

Price: $500.00