The wars of the latter half of the nineteenth century served to establish scientists as essential subalterns of the generals and admirals in the successful prosecution of large scale conflict. By the end of World War I, scientists had gained a place in the inner sancta. World War II, of course, saw science enthroned and even exalted, a mystery through whose wonders victory could be achieved.

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