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The Soviet project to develop an atomic bomb ( Russian was a top-secret research and development program begun during World War II in the wake of the Soviet Union s discovery of the American, British, and Canadian nuclear project . The project was directed by Soviet nuclear physicist Igor Kurchatov , while the military
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