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List of Chernobyl-related articles

Abandoned living blocks of Pripyat, with a surviving tree
Firefighter Leonid Telyatnikov, being decorated for bravery
Chernobyl power plant in 2003 with the sarcophagus containment structure
Entrance to the zone of alienation around Chernobyl

This is a list of Chernobyl-related articles:


  • Disaster and effects 1
  • Places and geography 2
    • Power plant 2.1
    • Exclusion zone 2.2
    • Other 2.3
  • Documents and media 3
  • Organizations 4
  • People 5
  • Other 6
  • See also 7

Disaster and effects

Places and geography

Power plant

Exclusion zone


  • Slavutych, city established in 1986 after the disaster

Documents and media



  • Alexander Akimov, block 4 shift leader
  • Yury Bandazhevsky, Belarusian scientist who was jailed 4 years possibly because of his investigations on Chernobyl's consequences
  • Anatoly Dyatlov, plant vice chief engineer, the experiment supervisor
  • Elena Filatova, Ukrainian photographer known for her website, containing a photo-essay of purported solo motorcycle rides through Chernobyl's zone of alienation
  • Valeri Legasov, chief of the investigation committee of the Chernobyl disaster
  • Liquidator (Chernobyl), people who took part in the liquidation of the consequences of the disaster
  • Vassili Nesterenko, physicist from Belarus involved as a liquidator, and working on the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster
  • Wladimir Tchertkoff, Swiss journalist who made documentary films featuring the liquidators
  • Leonid Telyatnikov, firefighter, head of the plant fire department


See also

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