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Chernobyl as the Beginning of the End of the Soviet Union

Lindbladh, Johanna LU (2014) In Baltic Worlds VII(1). p.4-12
Abstract
The belief in technology was fundamental in Soviet culture. When the nuclear reactor exploded and harvested souls and spread illness throughout a vast area, over the course of many years, an image of the collapse of the Soviet Union was thereby created. Chernobyl became an image of the apocalypse of communism
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Chernobyl, peaceful atom, Soviet culture, communism, technology, apocalypse
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Popular Science
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Baltic Worlds
volume
VII
issue
1
pages
4 - 12
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CBEES
ISSN
2000-2955
language
English
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yes
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9a3d636e-8296-4a2d-8d9b-f5b24cb3ce48 (old id 5038207)
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