"Hans A. Bethe (1906-2005)"
April 8th, 2005
Here are three lectures by Hans Bethe of Cornell University who died in 2005. He discusses the history and content of quantum mechanics. There is an introduction and conclusion by Silvan S. Schweber and Edwin E. Salpeter.
From Cornell University here is a twenty minute production  regarding Hans Bethe's relationship with that university.
It features Hans Bethe, John Bachall, Freeman Dyson, and many more.
Here is a paper given by Silvan Schweber at the Pauling Symposium in 1995
And from the SLAC [Stanford Linear Accelerator Center] colloquia series:
October 31st, 2005
On October 31st at 4:00 pm in Panofsky Auditorium SLAC’s Colloquium Series will present the exceptional Oscar-nominated documentary The Day After Trinity. The film offers invaluable insight into historic events which have forever changed the face of our world – this screening should not to be missed.
After witnessing the tremendous destructive power of the atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer declared “I have become death”. Still topically relevant a quarter of a century since its release, Director Jon Else’s documentary uses interviews, archival footage, and narration to reveal the internal landscape of the man whose leadership at Los Alamos, New Mexico, defined the rise of the Manhattan Project and the beginning of the Atomic Age.
The Day After Trinity traces the unexpected path of Oppenheimer’s career - from his formation of the Los Alamos colony and the first successful atomic bomb detonation at the Trinity test site in 1945, to his final years spent branded as a security risk and excluded from the atomic energy research he pioneered due to his opposition to the development of the Hydrogen bomb.
The full movie is about 90 minutes long.
Pief Panofsky who was present at the Trinity Test in July of 1945 will make a few remarks about the past and the future of nuclear weapons, and answer questions, if desired.