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Reactors do not explode. a brief history of the chornobyl disaster

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"Chornobyl is not only a city or a nuclear power plant but also an Exclusion Zone, a tragedy
and a symbol. This book aims to explain the tragic events to people who were born after it happened, so that “Chornobyl” is not only a word by which Ukraine is recognized but also a historical experience worth acknowledging. The event is shown in the book through several dimensions: technical, emotional, natural, and political. The authors are using both verbal and visual communication to tell the story of a large-scale tragedy in a simple way, yet still able to provoke emotions.
The book brings up the topics of responsibility and the cost of human life; “the right to know”; heroics; totalitarian regimes; ecology."

Author: Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, Stanislav Dvornytskyi
Publishing house: Portal
Language: Ukrainian
Pages: 136
Age: 11+
Year: 2020
ISBN: 978-617-7925-17-9