Fuchs Klaus Emil Julius

Fuchs

 (fyo͞oks), Klaus Emil Julius 1911-1988.
German-born British physicist who worked on the development of the atomic bomb in Britain and the United States and was imprisoned (1950-1959) for passing scientific secrets to the Soviet Union.
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