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Books about the Chornobyl Nuclear Disaster and its Effects in Belarus

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Acute and Late Consequences of Nuclear Catastrophes: Hiroshima-Nagasaki and Chernobyl: Belarus-Japan Symposium, October 3-5, 1994, Institute of Radiobiology of Academy of Sciences of Belarus; Minsk. 1994. (in English) 118 pages.



The Trace of the Black Wind: Through the Eyes of Children, essays by Belarusian children affected by the Chornobyl nuclear disaster; Compiled by Vasil Yakavenka, Edited by Mark Bence, Translated from the Belarusian and Russian by K. Martinkevich, O. Nekhi, D. Ryabich, and M. Bence. Verses translated by A. Weise. Illustrated with drawings by Belarusian Children. Mensk, 1996. Belarusian Socio-Ecological Union, "Chernobyl," ISBN 985-6010-06-03 [160 pp, illustrated; 84 mm x 108 mm]



Children of Chernobyl: Raising Hope from the Ashes, by Michelle Carter and Michael J. Christensen, Introduction by Olga Korbut; Augsburg Fortress Books, Minneapolis, 1993 [214 pp, illustrated; 5.5" x 8.5"; 14.5 cm x 22 cm].



Voices from Chernobyl: Chronicle Of The Future by Svetlana Alexievich. Aurum Press Ltd., 1999. (25 Bedford Av., London WC1B 3AT). 197 pp.



Radiological Accident at the Irradiation Facility in Nesvizh - Belarus, by IAEA. Bernan Assoc; ISBN: 9201013965; (December 1996). (paperback; approx. $35 US).




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