The Soviet Union’s frantic scramble after World War II to break the U.S. nuclear-arms monopoly helped push the boundaries of the Iron Curtain to Czechoslovakia. The effects on the country were particularly far-reaching by ZBYNEK ZEMAN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE ATOMIC BOMB during the summer of 1945 profoundly affected the development of the postwar world. […]

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