The Invention that Changed the World -- how a small group of radar pioneers won the Second World War and launched a technological revolution. Robert Buderi.
The Invention that Changed the World -- how a small group of radar pioneers won the Second World War and launched a technological revolution

The Invention that Changed the World -- how a small group of radar pioneers won the Second World War and launched a technological revolution.

Simon and Schuster, NY 1996, first edition; 575 pages, notes, bibliography, index, some diagrams.

Condition: Very Good hardcover in Very Good dustjacket; exlibrary rubberstamps on rear endpage, some tape marks on endpapers and along the paper-covered boards. the binding is sound and secure, pages are clean.

Price: $9.00

Item Description

Contents include, The Most valuable cargo; Radiation Laboratory; Beginnings; A line in the Ether; The Rooftop Gang; The Radar Bridge; Battle for the Atlantic; The Will to war; Tangled Web; Victory;

Emergence; Snow on the doorstep; The New Astronomers; Twenty-one; The magic month; a sense of god; Rad Lab Redux; the SAGE Age; the carpetbaggers; a distant view; more.