Chernobyl: History of a Human Disaster. Life, Death, Rebirth. (Paperback)

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Discover the definitive truths, lies, and cover-ups behind the world's greatest human disaster

33 years ago, at 1:23 am in the morning of April 26 1986, the entire world came to a screeching halt as Unit 4 of the Chernobyl Atomic Energy station exploded.

The horrors that unfolded as a result are better left imagined - thousands of lives were lost, thousands more were poisoned with radiation, an entire city was evacuated and the Soviet Union was never the same again.

But, if you're here now, then most of this isn't new to you. Thanks also to the TV series, you probably already have an overview of the story, what you want to read about now are the untold details. You want to know the whys, the hows, the whos, and most importantly, life in Chernobyl after the disaster.

This is what you'll get with this book.

Written by Award-winning Ukranian Journalist Serhii Popoff, "Chernobyl - history of Human disaster" offers you what most other books don't. An in-depth look at the going on before, during, and after the Meltdown, the ill-founded attempts to cover up the disaster, and a look into life in Chernobyl today. In this book, we'll take a trip from the beginning to the end and even beyond.

This book covers

  • Life before the incident
  • Being at the power plant
  • The great disaster
  • Life after the great accident
  • Studies and research about the Meltdown
  • The possibility of recovery
  • Today in Chernobyl
  • Chernobyl's possible future

and much more

what readers say:

Kenneth A Raines

5.0 out of 5 stars History and Present

August 24, 2019

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I am impressed by the authors ability to keep his subject and the failure of socialism far enough apart to provide an excellent review of both.

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K.R. Phillips

5.0 out of 5 starsWell worth reading

september 12, 2019

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Although the density and gravity of the material necessitated a longer reading time, this book is a marvel of reporting and humanity. The insights into Soviet government are invaluable, and the reveal of the costs and impacts of the Chernobyl tragedy are beyond striking. I found this book to be an excellent balance between physical, biological, and social sciences. Highly recommended.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9781081975418
ISBN-10: 1081975415
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: July 22nd, 2019
Pages: 174
Language: English
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