Secrets of the Oslo Report


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Military Illustrated - Past and Present
Vol. 217, no. (June 2006), p. 48-53


Was the Oslo Report the most important document of World War Two? It contained valuable information about Germany's deadliest weapons at the beginning of the war, but what use was made of it? Peter Marriot investigates the response of Britain's scientists to its secrets