This Day in History 2009: Father of Russian Bomb Dies

Ironically, the hydrogen bomb that could potentially kill millions saved Vitaly Ginzburg, whom had become suspect to the Kremlin.

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On November 8, 2009, Vitaly Ginzburg, the Russian physicist who played a key role in development of the Soviet Union’s hydrogen bomb, and who won a Nobel Prize for his discoveries about superconductivity,...