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Anthony French is a British physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos. After graduating from Cambridge University, French began working on the British effort to build an atomic bomb, codenamed "Tube Alloys", at the Cavendish Laboratory. By 1944, Tube Alloys merged with the Manhattan Project and French was sent to Los Alamos. He spent the majority of his time in Los Alamos working alongside Egon Bretscher and other physicists.

Anthony P. French's Timeline
1939 Matriculated to Cambridge University.
1942 Graduated from Cambridge University, began work on nuclear cross-sections.

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