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In 1923, Werner Heisenberg recieved his Ph.D from the University of Munich to study Physics
In 1926, when Heisenberg was only 26, he was appointed Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Leipzig, Germany.
Heisenberg was the main contributor to the German atomic bomb program, in direct competition with the Manhattan Project in the U.S.
Sommerfeld had long regarded Heisenberg as his eventual successor, and in 1937 Heisenberg received a call to join the University of Munich.
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In 1941, he visited Niels Bohr in Copenhagen to discuss nuclear research.
Towards the end of World War II, many of Germany’s nuclear scientists were captured and brought to Farm Hall in England, including Werner Heisenberg. The war was won.
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