March 28, 1949
House of Assembly Debates, Union of South Africa, on Atomic Energy Bill, First Session, Tenth Parliament
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House debate on the Atomic Energy Bill, which proposed controlling South Africa's nuclear energy by placing the state in charge of mining and ownership of uranium, thorium, and other radioactive materials.
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