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Summary: Chernobyl by Serhii Plokhy‎

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QuickRead.com presents a summary of Chernobyl: The History of Nuclear Catastrophe by Serhii Plokhy The perfect book to learning the inside scoop on the events leading up to and following one of the most disastrous events in history. Description Since the debut of HBO’s Chernobyl, fans of the show have been wondering what the television series got right, and what it got wrong. With Serhii Plokhy’s book, you can now read what the television series got right. With extreme detail in how nuclear reactors work, and the events leading up to the explosion, Plokhy has researched the topic in great detail to give readers an inside look of what happened in the days leading up to the disaster, followed by the events immediately after including the denial of Soviet officials who refused to accept the gravity of the situation. With a government that failed to protect the people of their country, the events of Chernobyl revealed the true intentions of government leaders who sought economic development over the safety of its citizens.

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QuickRead.com presents a summary of Chernobyl: The History of Nuclear Catastrophe by Serhii Plokhy
The perfect book to learning the inside scoop on the events leading up to and following one of the most disastrous events in history.
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Since the debut of HBO’s Chernobyl, fans of the show have been wondering what the television series got right, and what it got wrong. With Serhii Plokhy’s book, you can now read what the television series got right. With extreme detail in how nuclear reactors work, and the events leading up to the explosion, Plokhy has researched the topic in great detail to give readers an inside look of what happened in the days leading up to the disaster, followed by the events immediately after including the denial of Soviet officials who refused to accept the gravity of the situation. With a government that failed to protect the people of their country, the events of Chernobyl revealed the true intentions of government leaders who sought economic development over the safety of its citizens.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction
Runtime: 0.42
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English