in the year 1950, the North Koreans were too busy with, among others, me. I
didn't leave them enough time to brew tea, much more develop an
Hi, Cookie -
The articles says late in the year 1950.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, October 20, 2002 5:13
Subject: Re: A Physicist Defector's
Account of North Korea's Nuke Labs
Stalin died in March
1953 so he wouldn't be responsible for anything in the late 1950s.
After the Cuban Missile Crisis the Soviets didn't want anyone else
to have access to nuclear weapons as Castro demanded control of the ones
sent there under Operation Anadyr to fire them on Washington. They didn't
trust "irresponsible persons" with them.
It's more likely they
started it as they weren't getting any help from the USSR or PRC on this
topic and wanted them to use in the next war.