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    1995 <http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/special/trinity/photopages/oppenheimer_groves.html> Norris, Robert S. Leslie Richard Groves. 21 June 2002 <**http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/lggroves.htm**> Johnson, Zach. General Leslie R. James J. Braddock, The Cinderella Man. 11 March 2001
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    Callis, Tracy. James J "Jim" Braddock.
    Groves. 12 February 2004 <http://www.cyberboxingzone.com/boxing/braddock.htm>
    Steinbeck, John. The Grapes of Wrath. New York: Penguin Group, 1939
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    Groves was promoted to Major General in 1944, and he continued to head the atomic establishment created during wartime until January 1947. He was then named the Chief of the Army's Special Weapons Project. Promoted to Lieutenant General (temporary) in January 1948, he retired a month later. From that time until 1961, he worked as Vice President of Sperry Rand Corporation. Groves died of heart disease on July 13, 1970, and was buried in Section 2 of Arlington National Cemetery. His wife, Grace Hulbert Wilson Groves was buried along side him when she died.
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    Groves {http://www.lanl.gov/history/road/images/GrovesL.GIF} (1896-1970)(1896-1970)
    Leslie Groves was born in Albany, New York on August 17, 1896. He attended the University of Washington for one year and then Massachusetts Institute of Technology for two years before entering West Point. He was commissioned in the Engineers and took courses at the Engineer's School at Camp Humphreys in Virginia. In 1931, Groves was attached to the Office of the Chief of Engineers in Washington and was promoted to Captain in October 1934. In 1936, he graduated from the Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas. He was promoted to Colonel in July and November 1940 and assigned first to the Office of the Quartermaster General and then to the Office of the Chief of Engineers. In September 1942, Groves was placed in charge of the Manhattan Project, with the rank Brigadier General, and under his direction was the basic atomic bomb research. He was in charge of all phases of the project. Under his direction, project plants were established at Oak Ridge, Hanford and the secluded Los Alamos installation in New Mexico.
    Groves was promoted to Major General in 1944, and he continued to head the atomic establishment created during wartime until January 1947. He was then named the Chief of the Army's Special Weapons Project. Promoted to Lieutenant General (temporary) in January 1948, he retired a month later. From that time until 1961, he worked as Vice President of Sperry Rand Corporation. Groves died of heart disease on July 13, 1970, and was buried in Section 2 of Arlington National Cemetery. His wife, Grace Hulbert Wilson Groves was buried along side him when she died.
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    James J. Braddock "The Cinderella Man"
    {http://www.jamesjbraddock.com/images/braddock_home_240x450.jpg} James J Braddock, The Cinderlla Man. World Heavyweight Champion of the World, 1935 - 1937
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    General Leslie Groves {http://www.lanl.gov/history/road/images/GrovesL.GIF} (1896-1970)
    Leslie Groves was
    born in Albany, New York CityYork, on June 7th, 1905 to his parents Jospeh BraddockAugust 17, 1896. He attended the University of Washington for one year and Elixabeth O'Toole Braddock. James grew up in Hudson County New Jersey. During James's teenagethen Massachusetts Institute of Technology for two years he worked several jobs duringbefore entering West Point, from which he discovered his passion for boxing. In 1926 James enter into the world of professional boxing, James competedgraduated in 1918. He was commissioned in the light heavyweight division. Braddock shocked everyone by beating most of his opponents during his first year. Yankee Stadium July 18th, 1929, Braddock faces Tommy Loughran forEngineers and took courses at the light heavyweight championship. The ending did not comeEngineer's School, Camp Humphreys (now Fort Belvoir), Virginia, 1918-20 and 1921, with time out good for Broaddock, who lostbrief service in a fifteen round decision. Less then two months after Braddock's loss more bad news came forFrance during World War I.
    In 1931, Groves was attached to
    the Braddock family,Office of the nation fell into the "Great Depression".
    Aside from no work available, Broddock relied on winning his fights to make money. The fights were not looking good for Braddock who only won six out
    Chief of his twenty-two matches oneEngineers in which he broke his right hand. Soon after James filed for goverment reliefWashington and stopped boxing. In 1934 due to a cancellation Braddock was offered an oppertunitypromoted to fight John "Corn" Griffin. James fought his bestCaptain in October 1934. In 1936, he graduated from the Command and defeated Griffin with a third round knockout. Soon after his victory James was offered to fight John Henry Lewis. James soon proved everyone wrongGeneral Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and defeated Lewisfrom the Army War College in 1939, after ten rounds. March of 1935 Broddock had another fifteen round victory against Art Lasky. Jameswhich he was now consideredassigned to be the nextGeneral Staff in lineWashington. He was promoted to fight Max Baer for the top heavyweight champion. The big night, June 13th, 1935, Broddock would be up against BaerMajor and Temporary Colonel in July and November 1940 and assigned first to the Madison Square Garden In Long Island City, NY. James enteredOffice of the right with determinationQuartermaster General and then to win the title. After fifteen long rounds James BroddockOffice of the Chief of Engineers.
    In September 1942, Groves
    was announced asplaced in charge of the new heavyweight champion.
    John held his title for two years until he went up against "The Brown Bomber" Joe Louis on June 22nd, 1937. James did not want to go out
    Manhattan Engineer Project, with out being on top, so he put up his last fight on January 21, 1938. He went up against Tommy Farr,the rank of Temporary Brigadier General, and hadunder his last victory after ten rounds. In 1942 four years after his retirment, Jamesdirection, the basic atomic bomb research was carried out, mainly at Columbia University and his former manager Joe Gould enlisted into the U.S. Army. There they both became first lieutenants. James later helped build the Verrazano Bridge.University of Chicago. He also bought a housewas in North Bergen NJ, where hecharge of all phases of the project - scientific, production, security and planning for use of the bomb. Under his wife, Mae raised their children, Jay, Howard,direction, project plants were established at Oak Ridge, Hanford and Rosemarie.
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    the the picture above is James J. Braddocksecluded Los Alamos installation in New Mexico.
    Groves was promoted to temporary Major General in 1944,
    and his former manager Joseph Gould and Sergeant
    John A. Bender. Braddock and Gould joined
    he continued to head the Atlantic Coast Trasnsportation Corps located at
    Fort Slocum, New York.
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    atomic establishment created during wartime until January 1947. He was then named the Chief of Wrath Quote "Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their labor. For if they fall, the one will lif' up his fellow, but woeArmy's Special Weapons Project. Promoted to himLieutenant General (temporary) in January 1948, he retired a month later. From that is alone whentime until 1961, he falleth, forworked as Vice President of Sperry Rand Corporation.
    Groves died of heart disease on July 13, 1970, and was buried in Section 2 of Arlington National Cemetery. His wife, Grace Hulbert Wilson Groves, whom
    he hath not another to help him up." Page: 418married on February 10, 1922, is buried with him.
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