Definition of Fuchs, Klaus in English:

Fuchs, Klaus

Syllabification: Fuchs, Klaus
Pronunciation: /fo͝oks
 
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( 1911–88), British physicist; born in Germany; full name Emil Klaus Julius Fuchs. A communist who fled Nazi persecution, he passed secret information regarding the atom bomb to the former Soviet Union during the 1940s.

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