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September 11, 2003
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Edward Teller, a Jewish emigre from Nazi Germany who helped build some of the first nuclear bombs, died Tuesday at age 95. After World War II, Teller, a physicist born in Hungary, helped press President Truman to create a lab, known as Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, that would focus on the hydrogen bomb.

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