Theoretical physicist and member of the Manhattan Project, charged with developing the first atomic bomb during World War II.
Was one of the strongest and best-known advocates for investigating non-military uses of nuclear explosives.
Teller advised Israel on nuclear matters, and on the building of a hydrogen bomb in particular. He also persuaded the CIA to end attempts at inspecting the Negev Nuclear Research Center in Dimona.
Edward Teller - Wikipedia
“The Bomb in the Basement” - Simon And Schuster (2007)
“Israel and the bomb” – Columbia University Press (1998)
“The Hungarian Phenomenon in Israeli Science” – Hungarian Academy Of Science( 2000)