Heroes & Culprits of Chernobyl

HBO’s "Chernobyl" Honors the Sacrifices of Ordinary Russians while Exposing the Corruption of Communism

In the early predawn hours of April 26th, 1986, Valery Legasov was startled awake by the ring of the telephone. There had been an incident at the Vladimir I. Lenin Nuclear Power Station in Ukraine, a power plant commonly called Chernobyl. As a conscientious scientist, Legasov immediately asked about the radiation level. When he heard the answer, he recommended that the surrounding area be evacuated, but he was cut off mid-sentence. The reason for the call was that, as deputy director of Moscow’s  

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