Chernobyl Newspapers Collection (East View)

DFG Fachinformationsdienste

The Chernobyl Newspapers Collection comprises three previously unavailable local newspapers published in the Chernobyl area in the years before and after the nuclear disaster. The collection gives researchers unique access to important lesser-known primary sources from the era.
The two newspapers "Prapor peremohy" (1981-1988) and "Trybuna pratsi" (1981-1990), published in Ukrainian within or in the immediate vicinity of the exclusion zone, provide the opportunity to explore the larger socio-cultural and historical context of the regions affected by the Chernobyl disaster. "Tribuna Energetika" (1979-1990), published in Russian under the aegis of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, provides insight into the everyday life of the power plant and the city of Pripyat.

Chernobyl Newspapers Collection (East View)

The Chernobyl Newspapers Collection comprises three previously unavailable local newspapers published in the Chernobyl area in the years before and after the nuclear disaster. The collection gives researchers unique access to important lesser-known primary sources from the era.
The two newspapers "Prapor peremohy" (1981-1988) and "Trybuna pratsi" (1981-1990), published in Ukrainian within or in the immediate vicinity of the exclusion zone, provide the opportunity to explore the larger socio-cultural and historical context of the regions affected by the Chernobyl disaster. "Tribuna Energetika" (1979-1990), published in Russian under the aegis of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, provides insight into the everyday life of the power plant and the city of Pripyat.

Description
Content Included:
Provider:East View Information Services BV
Provider (Alternative):EastView
Language: Ukrainian, Russian
Time Span:1979 - 1990
Subject Category:Social Sci. + Humanities
Subject:Political Science, History, Environmental Studies
Keyword:Nuclear power plants, Eastern Europe studies
Resource Type:Fulltext Database
Access:Subscription
Scope:Max Planck Society
URLs:
Usage Conditions:
Funding:The Germany-wide access to this database is enabled by the advancement of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) under the programme "Specialised Information Services" and organized by the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek M√ľnchen
Geographical Coverage:Ukraine
Soviet Union
Related Records:Part of: Universal Databases (East View)