MANY YOUNGER PHYSICISTS feel that all physics has grown up since World War II; or if they admit some earlier science, they feel that in this country everything started with the influx of European scientists as a result of political difficulties, beginning with the rise of Hitler in 1933, in Germany and Italy.
Quantum physics in America between the wars
John C. Slater; Quantum physics in America between the wars. Physics Today 1 January 1968; 21 (1): 43–51. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3034740
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