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Albert Einstein

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CONFLICT AND COMPROMISE

In 1939, former pacifist Albert Einstein signed a letter to President Franklin Roosevelt urging him to support research into an atomic bomb. After the devastation caused by the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki he renounced nuclear weapons.

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GUEST COLUMN

Dr. Peter van den Dungen is an honorary visiting lecturer in the department of peace studies at the University of Bradford.

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Based on an exhibition at the National Library
of Medicine

ONLINE ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES

ONLINE ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES

Test your knowledge of the world of global health in online activities, and take this topic into the classroom with resources for students and teachers.

DOWNLOADS

Hear more about global health topics from leaders and advocates featured in the exhibition.

GET INVOLVED

GET INVOLVED
Getting involved starts here. Find out what you can do to tackle the issues you care about.

VISIT

VISIT
The Installation at the National Institutes of Health has closed. See the Traveling Exhibition at a library near you.