Disaster Day at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant: remembering the liquidators

Disaster Day at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant: remembering the liquidators

On April 22, 1993, the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation set a date that is related to the events of April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. We are talking about an accident that claimed many lives - not only on the day of the tragedy, but also subsequently - due to diseases caused by exposure to radiation.


On the basis of this decision, the date of April 26 was designated as the Day of the Chernobyl Accident - the Day of Remembrance for those killed in radiation accidents and disasters.

In April 2012, the name of the memorial day was changed by decision of the then President Dmitry Medvedev to the Day of participants in the elimination of the consequences of radiation accidents and disasters and the memory of the victims of these accidents and disasters.

Chernobyl accident shared history countries on before and after.

Hundreds of thousands of people took part in the aftermath of the accident, including both military and civilians. According to the most conservative estimates, about 560 thousand people were involved in measures to eliminate the consequences.

This is a whole army, each soldier of which has contributed to the victory over the radiation hazard. Until now, there is no accurate data on how many people put their lives and health on the altar of this victory, victory over an invisible enemy. But the result of the work of these people is well known. This is a sarcophagus over the 4th power unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which, without any exaggeration, protects the planet from the incredible danger associated with exposure to radiation.



Northern beams of the Shelter object:



The opening of the monument to the liquidators of the consequences of the Chernobyl accident (photo from the VK / Gennady Grandfather page):



Photos of the processing of transport in the Chernobyl zone (1986) (photo from the VK / Union of Chernobyl Udmurt Republic page):



Military Review expresses its gratitude to all those who performed the work on eliminating the consequences of the accident.
Photos used:
Chernobyl site
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  1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 05: 20 New
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    I remember how all May rain came with foam. Muscovites all besieged us. I looked at the weather for the month of May 86th in a special way, in Moscow for three days it rained on the 20th, and we had it all May.
    1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 06: 39 New
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      Citizens minusers, but essentially nothing to argue? I have a certificate of a resident of the Chernobyl zone. Tula region, to Moscow - about 200 km.
      1. Insurgent April 26 2020 07: 42 New
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        Hundreds of thousands of people took part in the aftermath of the accident, including both military and civilians. According to the most conservative estimates, about 560 thousand people were involved in measures to eliminate the consequences.

        Including the miners-liquidators of Donbass and a number of other coal basins of the USSR.

        And now - the Exclusion Zone is burned intentionally, with some intent ...



      2. Lipchanin April 26 2020 07: 46 New
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        Quote: mordvin xnumx
        Muscovites all besieged us.

        Citizen, no need to lie.
        Then no one yet knew the nature of the disaster, and there was no way he could upset anything.
        Precipitation near Moscow began at Luzhkov before the holidays
        Tula region, to Moscow - about 200 km.

        One Tula? And all the dirt poured on you?
        This is an infection map.

        1. Olgovich April 26 2020 08: 09 New
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          Then no one knew the nature of the disaster

          They knew something: I then served in the UNRM, we mounted roads and platforms from reinforced concrete slabs, we supplied them from somewhere in Ukraine.

          a secret officer of the UIR told us in secret. that all materials (and they were brought from all over the Union) are checked for radioactive contamination and that these plates “click” very vigorously ...
          1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 08: 17 New
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            Quote: Olgovich
            They knew something: I then served in the UNRM

            Andrey, those who needed a job knew
            Well reported to the top. Did someone understand there?
            labeled at least by the edge of the ear I heard about radiation. They have a "holiday" on their nose. How to cancel?
          2. Insurgent April 26 2020 08: 18 New
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            Quote: Olgovich
            a familiar officer with the OID told us. that all materials (and they were brought from all over the Union) are checked for radioactive contamination and that these plates “click” very vigorously ...

            I don’t know, of course, what the background level was for these plates, but I’ll notice that increased radiation may have a natural character.
            For example, granite, the rubble from which was most likely used in the manufacture of reinforced concrete slabs ...

            Also, the "phonite" of slate and sandstone, issued to the mountain, and stored in heaps, and due to the burning of dumps, the level rises.
            Similarly, many types of clay, when fired, also begin to "fonit" ...
            1. Olgovich April 26 2020 08: 25 New
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              increased levels of radiation can have a natural character. For example granite, crushed stone

              This is known.

              Granite crushed stone also went to us with compounds and was also checked, they talked about him. which is within normal limits. and the plates somewhere were grabbed too much ...
              1. Alena Frolovna April 26 2020 20: 53 New
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        2. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 08: 15 New
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          Citizen, no need to lie.

          You will not find the weather forecast for May 86th at our hydro center. Personally, I found the weather on an American site.
          Quote: Lipchanin
          One Tula? And all the dirt poured on you?

          No, not all. Bryansk was particularly affected. I don’t suffer from sclerosis, we ran through the puddles of foam, and pinned up “You step into the puddle - you die” And the grandmother of that kid, over whom we pinned, sat quietly and said: “Silence, guys ...” But the radiation did not affect Moscow, although to her at hand. And somehow strange the weather was changeable. In the words of the late Victor Stepanych - "There has never been such a thing, and here it is again!"
          1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 08: 23 New
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            You will not find the weather forecast for May 86th at our hydro center

            So heavy((
            There was a surge. Got to ALL.
            An alarm was sounded in Europe. We had silence. Accident and all
            But radiation did not affect Moscow, although it was just a stone's throw away

            Show the map again?
            1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 08: 48 New
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              Quote: Lipchanin
              Show the map again?

              Lipchanin, you got me with this card. Weather in May 86th take an interest.
              1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 08: 56 New
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                Mordvin, you got the weather. The weather turned away from Moscow to Tula ????
                Hung over
                1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 10: 15 New
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                  Quote: Lipchanin
                  The weather turned away from Moscow

                  It was turned away.
            2. tihonmarine April 26 2020 15: 53 New
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              Quote: Lipchanin
              An alarm was sounded in Europe. We had silence. Accident and all

              Before the May Day holidays, Finns had already reported (on Finnish TV), and even in the Baltic states the instruments were already showing radiation.
          2. Jager April 26 2020 12: 43 New
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            From Kiev to Chernobyl it is generally close at hand, but it turned out to be relatively clean. Probably also besieged the clouds? Or is it not fools who are building nuclear power plants and chemical plants taking into account the wind rose?
            When the Chernobyl forest was burning, I went to the weather site to see where the breeze with smoke from the zone was blowing. And he blew just in the Gomel region, closer to the border with Ukraine, air flows converged and besieged there.
            1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 14: 00 New
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              From Kiev to Chernobyl it is generally close at hand, but it turned out to be relatively clean.

              Yes? And I remember how one type told in the magazine "Behind the Wheel" how he was draping from Kiev. Already heels sparkled. The crankshaft burned on his six.
            2. tihonmarine April 26 2020 15: 58 New
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              When the Chernobyl forest was burning, I went to the weather site to see where the breeze with smoke from the zone was blowing.

              Interestingly, but was there the Internet in 1986?
          3. Pilat2009 April 26 2020 14: 03 New
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            No, not all. Bryansk suffered particularly

            My mother lived in Shadrinsk in the 50s. Then there was a leak on Mayak. They forbade him to swim in the Iset River. Well, nobody paid much attention to this. Now 82 she lives and lives
      3. stalki April 26 2020 10: 08 New
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        I did not minus. And I respect the victims and the liquidators with respect. And I deeply understand the whole tragedy. And before that, precedents were in the union. But the question is, why this phrase

        Muscovites all besieged us.
        ? We must start from where the accident occurred and it is clearly not the fault of the “Muscovites”.
      4. Lara Croft April 26 2020 12: 12 New
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        Quote: mordvin xnumx
        Tula region, to Moscow - about 200 km.

        I had my first training (I stayed well for less than a month) (railway station Chern), local officers said that air defense officers shot a thunderstorm over the western regions of the RSFSR so that radioactive rain would not fall over Moscow ..... maybe fairy tales...
    2. Catfish April 26 2020 08: 15 New
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      I am a Muscovite, and at that time I was in the city, let me ask, what was it that we “SORRY” for you?
      1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 08: 51 New
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        let me ask you, what did we "SAY" to you?

        Konstantin, I write that I remember. And I affirm one hundred percent that throughout May we rained with foam, and in Moscow it rained only three days, on the twentieth.
        1. Catfish April 26 2020 09: 05 New
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          And why did I catch foam on you? Yes, you write what you remember about health, but before you write, you need to at least think a little about what you write. But I had the misfortune to live in the capital! In Moscow there is a sausage, but in Zhmerynka there is no, who is to blame? Muscovites! They consumed the whole sausage, and the whole country is starving. Then dear fellow citizens were already tired of having Muscovites to blame for everything, and not their beloved government. Now sausage is everywhere, so let’s throw rain on the Muscovites with foam, and the fact that a long time ago clouds were dispersed over the capital using aerosols from airplanes do you still not know? You don’t know anything, at least ask a neighbor. And then there is some kind of hobbies at the level of a sloppy redneck of the beginning of the twentieth century.
          1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 09: 09 New
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            In Moscow there is a sausage, but in Zhmerynka there is no, who is to blame? Muscovites!

            You know ... We sent a meat processing plant to Moscow. And when I arrived in Moscow in the 89th and stood in line, I heard an evil hiss: "They came in a lot here ..."
            1. Catfish April 26 2020 09: 20 New
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              By whose order were the products sent to Moscow, according to myU? I did not work in the city committee, I was not a member of the political bureau. And hissed that de "come in large numbers" exactly the same as those who blamed the Muscovites for the "foam and sausage." It’s easier than going to the square and saying: “It’s good to drive the whole crap to Moscow, we are people too and want to eat.” So no, it’s much easier to cheat absolutely uninvited people than to wave to the “honor and conscience of our era”. laughing
              1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 09: 32 New
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                Quote: Sea Cat
                And hissed that de "come in large numbers" exactly the same as those who blamed the Muscovites for the "foam and sausage."

                You're not right. All 80s went to Moscow, never heard of such a thing. But the 89th - I heard. And in the 90th, an aunt from a cooperative tent attacked me, barely fighting off her. Madhouse. And after all, I paid for the rotten Coca-Cola, and she almost pulled out an egg for me, vixen. These are Muscovites ... Are you like Ryazan?
                1. Catfish April 26 2020 09: 50 New
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                  Why did you decide that this aunt is a Muscovite?
                  These are Muscovites ...
                  Yes, even if so, it’s still ridiculous to judge all people by one habalk. In addition, Moscow has been “diluted” with limiters for decades, and these people did not belong to the creative intelligentsia.
                  I have long left the capital and live in a village near Ryazan, and the desire to visit Churkingrad is less and less every year. The city that I knew and loved no longer. They started killing him at the councils, and now they have finished them off completely. So I’ve been in our village for "my boyfriend" for a long time. )))
                  1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 10: 01 New
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                    Quote: Sea Cat
                    Why did you decide that this aunt is a Muscovite?

                    Once in Moscow, then a Muscovite.
                    Quote: Sea Cat
                    In addition, Moscow has been “diluted” with limiters for decades.

                    I know. But there are different limiters.
                    Quote: Sea Cat
                    The city that I knew and loved no longer.

                    That's it. I liked Moscow in the 80s, and then sharply lost my liking.
                    1. Catfish April 26 2020 10: 07 New
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                      Once in Moscow, then a Muscovite.

                      Once in Africa, it means a Negro. Oh well... wassat
                      But there are different limiters.

                      That's right, like the Muscovites. yes
                      I liked Moscow in the 80s, and then sharply lost my liking.

                      There is no Moscow - there is Churkingrad. request
                      1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 10: 11 New
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                        There is no Moscow - there is Churkingrad.

                        This is precisely noticed. It was a driveway, so one Armenian suggested taking a taxi for the amount I received per month. So he wanted to slap him in a hat, his mother restrained.
                      2. Catfish April 26 2020 10: 15 New
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                        If there was only one Armenian ... "Port of the Seven Seas" ... to hell! negative
                      3. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 10: 21 New
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                        If there was only one Armenian ...

                        That's just the point ... I get out of the train - Kyrgyz with wheelbarrows, get out of the subway - Armenians tax, I go to the subway - Uzbeks sell documents. And where to go to Russian?
                      4. Catfish April 26 2020 10: 24 New
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                        And where to go to Russian?

                        Let’s let every Russian decide for himself. I’m not an adviser here, and I’m afraid, if I advise, I will get another ban for another incitement. bully
                      5. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 10: 31 New
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                        Quote: Sea Cat
                        for another incitement

                        We all get a ban. For some reason, Negroes are respected here more than Russians. They will call him a racist. And when I studied with the blacks, I, a threesome, and I was offered blacks to teach. And the Indians. They are stupid all in opu.
                    2. Grim Reaper April 26 2020 18: 48 New
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                      Quote: mordvin xnumx
                      Quote: Sea Cat
                      If there was only one Armenian ...

                      That's just the point ... I get out of the train - Kyrgyz with wheelbarrows, get out of the subway - Armenians tax, I go to the subway - Uzbeks sell documents. And where to go to Russian?

                      Well, you can come to us. Ural. Vsezh not Siberia. Although I don’t know what is better ..... But you can still live. Till.
                    3. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 18: 52 New
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                      Well, you can come to us. Ural

                      Do you think I have not been there? Nizhny Tagil. So there are full of Tajiks.
                    4. Grim Reaper April 26 2020 18: 59 New
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                      Quote: mordvin xnumx
                      Quote: Grim Reaper
                      Well, you can come to us. Ural

                      Do you think I have not been there? Nizhny Tagil. So there are full of Tajiks.

                      Well, aren’t they so arrogant as in Moscow?
                      But I do not argue. Perhaps they will run up, gain a "critical mass" and .......
                      And who will be to blame for this? Again power, with the police? Or even ordinary citizens who were afraid to give Hamla in the face?
                    5. Grim Reaper April 26 2020 19: 14 New
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                      What is quiet and smooth in my yard. And they behave decently. And their children greet them in Russian. And everyone is happy. Only 3 (three) peasants, Russians, were able to put things in order in two, two, 80 apartment buildings.
                      Without the involvement of the police. No crime. Well, you continue to whine. To come to you? Teach? To help? Fucking good if you .....
          2. Phil77 April 26 2020 18: 32 New
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            There is no Moscow - there is Churkingrad.

            * And do not rush to bury us,
            and we still have things to do here .... * stop
          3. Catfish April 26 2020 18: 52 New
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            Hello, Sergey!
            Oh, this does not apply to you. My children also live in Moscow, but they do not have the same memories as mine. I don’t like to be there. I only remember the city Okudzhava sang about:
            "Press the driver brake, finally
            You've been tyranny for three hours in a row
            Get down citizens, come, end,
            Okhotny Ryad ... Okhotny Ryad ... " smile
          4. Phil77 April 26 2020 19: 08 New
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            * when I cannot overcome the misfortune,
            when despair comes.
            I get into the blue trolleybus on the go.
            Last, random .... *
            There is no Constantine of that city, no. Only small, tiny islands of the past remain.
          5. Catfish April 26 2020 20: 12 New
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            "Night and silence given forever,
            Rain, and maybe snow falls,
            All the same, with endless hope warmed
            In the distance I see a city that does not exist ... "(c). request
          6. Phil77 April 26 2020 20: 20 New
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            What can I say! Trinity Street, * alive * left three houses! 2nd, 5th, 7th. Everything. And when the Olympic pulled all the houses to the right of the Catherine Square under * bulldozer * went. And by the way! A childhood memory! There, after all, the bust was set by the hero of the Soviet Union, the pilot Popkov, here not far from him we drove street hockey in felt boots. There was nowhere in the yards, they were our little courtyards!
          7. Catfish April 26 2020 20: 40 New
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            The whole pogrom during the construction of the Olympic before my eyes passed, like the fucking Olympiad. And according to Catherine’s, I drove children to a nursery, they were in the right wing of the House of Officers. So my son has since known who Popkov and Tolbukhin are. )))
        2. Phil77 April 26 2020 20: 23 New
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          And where did you make the most delicious milkshake? Correctly, in the corner on the Pipe !!!! And the pasties? There too, but in the * glass *, where then the Political Enlightenment House was banged off! My mother and I went there oh, as we liked !!! Delicious food for 16 kopecks !!!!!
        3. Catfish April 26 2020 20: 57 New
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          Right! The milkshake in that store appeared in one of the first in Moscow. And in the "cheburechka" after the demobilization, there was democracy: bring, drink and have a snack with pasties. Buzz. Yes, and when the freak of the "political enlightenment" was wiped off, the old quarter of brothels was demolished, but in vain, it was a monument to our history, after the dispersal of the revolution of the fifth year, the Semenovsky regiment stood up there! True girls were evicted to other houses, no less funny. )))
          Here, by the way, is a photo of that cocktail shop.

          And here, in the corner, was the same Narva, and the next house was my seven-story building. Demolished and built do not understand what. request
        4. Phil77 April 26 2020 21: 02 New
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          There is, there is a name for that which was built- * a fear-man *! And there is also a less censored version, similar to * ugly * !!!! am
        5. Catfish April 26 2020 21: 27 New
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          But this house is directly opposite mine, across the boulevard. My height and color was the same, only with balconies and without moldings.
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    1. Catfish April 26 2020 11: 22 New
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      ... I’m not talking about the then laborers from the Sickle and Hammer or ZIL. but otherwise the concentration of crap in Moscow has always been higher than in the periphery and there is no point in arguing.

      Did you personally measure the concentration of shit in Moscow in Soviet times? Share your “labor” experience, it’s obvious that you have it. Here we are attributing the broken hour to Vladimir and here again "how much money for fish" is again and Muscovites are to blame for everything, are you tired of chewing bast?
      1. Lara Croft April 26 2020 12: 41 New
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        Quote: Sea Cat
        Did you personally measure the concentration of shit in Moscow in Soviet times? Share your “labor” experience, it’s obvious that you have it.

        Yes, don’t worry ... now after the end of “self-isolation”, “optimization” will begin in the offices of many companies, the markets will trade at a loss due to a decrease in the solvency of “Muscovites”, they will reduce their salaries, “the color of the nation” (i.e. E. Those who “by chance, accidentally" became "Muscovites") will have nothing to pay for the rental of apartments and they will all leave Moscow they hate, and finally they will save t.s. yourself and your families from
        city ​​of privileges, swagger, servile backwardness.
      2. Catfish April 26 2020 16: 27 New
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        ... and they will all leave Moscow they hate

        Yeah ... hateful ... But did hell go there? I can still understand people who, in search of a better life, drove over the limit to the capital in the 70-80s, but now ... Bullshit, call lady. love
      3. Lara Croft April 26 2020 17: 54 New
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        ... and they will all leave Moscow they hate

        Yeah ... hateful ... But did hell go there? I can still understand people who, in search of a better life, drove over the limit to the capital in the 70-80s, but now ... Bullshit, call lady. love

        I'm not sorry. I myself am a Muscovite in the seventh generation ... Fierce self-hatred, as a Muscovite I didn’t notice, the only thing in the army was asked more than from others .... I love my city, but now there are a lot of random people who don’t they just hate the place where they came from, because it made her leave her home, but also Moscow, because here they partly got what they should have received in their homeland ....
        Moscow is a great and beautiful city, and those who hate it, he simply does not notice ....
      4. Catfish April 26 2020 18: 26 New
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        I'm not sorry

        To your health, if it’s easier for you.
        What area are you lodging in?
        Until the beginning of the nineties, I was at Samotyok, house 32 between Narva and Literaturka, now Mytnaya, but Samotyoku, together with Truba, were killed for a long time, and every hole was built up on Mytnaya. I loved the city in which I lived, and not what it is now turned into. Well, this is a personal matter for everyone. hi
      5. Lara Croft April 26 2020 18: 30 New
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        I'm not sorry

        To your health, if it’s easier for you.
        What area are you lodging in?

        He lived 26 years of his life on the Zagorodnoye Shosse, now there is an unmeasured fork in the road ..... roads, then he moved to Maryino, now I live there ...
      6. Phil77 April 26 2020 19: 02 New
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        On plus to both of you from me, the peacemaker! laughing
    2. Phil77 April 26 2020 19: 02 New
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      Oh !!!! Send inter-Moscow showdown !!!! laughing laughing laughing
    3. Catfish April 26 2020 20: 05 New
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      Yes, we did not particularly understand, different opinions are not a reason for serious showdowns. smile drinks
    4. Malyuta April 26 2020 21: 31 New
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      Quote: Phil77
      Oh !!!! Send inter-Moscow showdown !!!!

      Really looked very pretty! laughing laughing drinks
  • Malyuta April 26 2020 21: 27 New
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    Did you personally measure the concentration of shit in Moscow in Soviet times?

    I strongly apologize, but I had to “measure” in the late 80s and my statements are not unfounded, but you are in vain angry, because I pointed out that Moscow has changed over the years, unfortunately, not for the better, absorbing not the best representatives of the country .
    In addition, you yourself said that you "escaped" from the capital, which means that in my words, most of the truth is and you supported it not with words, but with action yes In addition, you claim that in the province you are now on your own board, from which it follows that the provincial "boiler" of Russia "melted you down". So why are you boiling now, if you have yours? laughing drinks
  • Catfish April 26 2020 21: 35 New
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    ... if you have ours?

    Thank you. hi Yes, only I have no boil, "it’s a shame for the state," for the city that I once loved. As for the “re-melting”, there was nothing to re-melt, if there was something due to childish thoughtlessness, then everything was safely dissolved in three years of military service. Better than in the army of people you hardly know where. And I “escaped” not from “my” Moscow, but from a city completely alien to me, the patriarchal Ryazan is much closer to my heart, not to mention the village. smile drinks
  • Malyuta April 26 2020 21: 42 New
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    Quote: Sea Cat
    As for the “re-melting”, there was nothing to re-melt, if there was something due to childish thoughtlessness, then everything was safely dissolved in three years of military service. Better than in the army of people you hardly know where. And I “escaped” not from “my” Moscow, but from a city completely alien to me, the patriarchal Ryazan is much closer to my heart, not to mention the village. smile drinks

    Well, you see how spiritually close we are, and you get excited right away good drinks
    PySy. In no case didn’t want to hurt the feelings of real Muscovites, they just understand everything.
  • Catfish April 26 2020 21: 44 New
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    As it was in The Taming of the Shrew with Popov and Kasatkina: "The roast is also hot!" And I recently had dinner. laughing drinks
  • Malyuta April 26 2020 22: 37 New
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    Quote: Sea Cat
    As it was in The Taming of the Shrew with Popov and Kasatkina: "The roast is also hot!" And I recently had dinner. laughing drinks

    You see how gloriously we have a mutual understanding good drinks
    And our tireless picture of universal friendship, the tireless "guards" solemnly sealed with a "minus" wassat
    What kind of people? Even on a big holiday they cannot calm down request Do not give a quiet drink with a good person repeat
  • Catfish April 27 2020 00: 22 New
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    This is from the general harmfulness and heinous state of mind. Amen. yes drinks
  • Mordvin 3 April 27 2020 00: 36 New
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    and the vile state of mind. Amen

    The seventh letter of the alphabet "Live" ...
  • Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 11: 38 New
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    Novomoskovsk

    This is where I live. And try, prove to them. Phew! Though photograph the green book, we have the Chernobyl zone.
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      This is where I live. And try, prove to them.

      I share your righteous anger and affirm that Stalinogorsk and Uzlovaya are in the zone of infection !!!!!!!
    2. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 21: 38 New
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      Stalinogorsk

      Wow, remember. Stalinogorsk was part of the Moscow region, like ....
  • Jager April 26 2020 12: 49 New
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    If you live in a village near Ryazan, there are also “dirty” and affected areas from precipitation in the Ryazan region.
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      If you live in a village near Ryazan,

      No. I live in the Tula region. Novomoskovsk.
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    "Tula region, in my opinion, is the most
    affected, directly after the “Zone” itself.
    Wow, how much your own shirt
    closer to your body! But what about Bryansk, Gomel with its own areas?
    To eliminate the consequences sent from all over the Union. And in / employees and civilians.
    I don’t have any information about artificially caused precipitation. But localization of the outbreak, by all available means, is a priority in case of radioactive contamination.
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      Quote: AAG

      To eliminate the consequences sent from all over the Union.

      No, not from all over the Union. From the republics of the Caucasus, Wed Asia and Kazakhstan - not observed.
      Quote: AAG
      . And in / employees and civilians.

      Of the military personnel only officers, for one month.
      The rest are civilians of all specialties having two or more children and for 180 days. So the agenda was noted. I was kept 2,5 months. Yes, and the total radiation dose should not exceed 10 x-rays.
      Immediately after the accident, conscripts were cordoned off, many received very large doses. The son of my colleague, conscript, was there, died in 88.
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      Krasnoyarsk: "Of the military personnel are only officers," ...
      ... "The son of my colleague, the conscript, was there, died in 88."
      Are not you in contradiction?
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      Krasnoyarsk: "Of the military personnel are only officers," ...
      ... "The son of my colleague, the conscript, was there, died in 88."
      Are not you in contradiction?

      No, I just didn’t speak clearly enough. In the first months after the accident, the zone was cordoned off by military servicemen. Then they surrounded the area with thorns, and put a checkpoint on the roads. and conscripts were no longer attracted. All the work was done by "partisans" and commanded by officers who changed every month. All this "army" was led by the GO headquarters. The entire zone was divided into sectors. My battalion was in the second sector, engaged in the repair of equipment and the pontoon crossing through Pripyat. Personally, I provided telephone communications, my call sign was “Dump”
  • Grim Reaper April 26 2020 19: 26 New
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    At that time, I was in CHVVAUSH. Brought to the parade ground. They asked who wants "for the good of the motherland?" They didn’t explain anything. People 5 stepped. What is the matter with them? ....
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  • Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 21: 41 New
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    But what about Bryansk, Gomel

    So I say that they suffered a lot .... requestEspecially Bryansk
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    Wow, how much your own shirt
    closer to your body! But what about Bryansk, Gomel with its own areas?

    And I didn’t say that only the Tula region suffered, I said that I suffered the most hi
  • Jager April 26 2020 12: 46 New
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    Live in the house at the Moscow Ring Road, in a week back home you want to swallow air, not dust and poisonous gases. Metropolis ...
  • stalki April 26 2020 10: 33 New
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    You don’t know anything, at least ask a neighbor. And then there is some kind of hobbies at the level of a sloppy redneck of the beginning of the twentieth century.
    And this is just to translate the arrows. And the conversation the other way.
  • Pilat2009 April 26 2020 14: 06 New
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    But I had the misfortune to live in the capital!

    I think that the inhabitants of the outback just adore you, dear Muscovites. But you will not argue that you live well at the expense of others?
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      Quote: Sea Cat
      But I had the misfortune to live in the capital!

      I think that the inhabitants of the outback just adore you, dear Muscovites. But you will not argue that you live well at the expense of others?

      I will. I live off my brains, not strangers, incl. from the outback ...
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        I will. I live off my brains, not strangers, incl. from the outback.

        That's why we love you until blue in the face.
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          Quote: Lara Croft
          I will. I live off my brains, not strangers, incl. from the outback.

          That's why we love you until blue in the face.

          All Muscovites should cry from this?
          On the topic, articles, have something to say? No ..... then ... "Watch your hand"
  • Krasnoyarsk April 26 2020 10: 26 New
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    I remember how all May rain came with foam.

    Well I do not know. I took part in the elimination and the rains were there, there was no foam, there was a light yellow canvas along the edges of the puddles, but it was the pollen of flowering plants.
    1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 12: 12 New
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      I took part in the elimination and the rains were there, there was no foam,

      I am writing about the Tula region. 200 km from Moscow, just a wind rose that side of the barrel.
  • Andrey VOV April 26 2020 12: 04 New
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    Novomoskovsk, Shchekino, Uzlovaya if it would cover itself more quickly from chemistry or especially then from radiation ... I remember I got there somehow I don’t remember Novomoskvsk, the end of the 80s ... it was impossible to breathe the kapets, especially at night ... probably the most there was an outburst of time, and you say radiation ... but all liquidators have eternal memory ...
    1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 12: 16 New
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      I remember getting into Novomoskvsk somehow, I don’t remember, the end of the 80s ... it was impossible to breathe the kapets, especially at night ... probably the most extra time was, and you say radiation ... but all liquidators have eternal memory ...

      And how do we live here, poor fellow? It was you who didn’t get to our zero when the ammonia release happened. Half a city rushed to hell. laughing
      1. Andrey VOV April 26 2020 12: 18 New
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        well, it’s already who was born where, and so they decided to make the Tula region the center of the chemical industry, Aleksin, Novomoskovsk, Uzlovaya, Shchekino, Efremov ...
        1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 12: 35 New
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          and so they decided to make the Tula region a center of the chemical industry

          So ... I’ll dig into a little history. In the 30s, the Third Five Year Plan artel was built here. Now the Americans bought it and call it "Procter Gamble." Novomoskovskbytkhim. Eurochem. They also wanted to sell the chemical plant, but they came to their senses in time. But they did the optimization. A friend worked as an electrician, according to the state, two were put in two workshops, optimized, one remained. The distance between the shops is a 20-minute walk. The telpher broke. A friend climbed to repair, the master runs in: "So, he’s gone, Moscow is calling!" Yelling from Moscow: "When will you start the shipment?" Yes, you all go. Again he climbs the hoist, the shop manager runs in: "Moscow is on the wire!" "Poke smoke, poke smoke, when will you fix the telpher?"
          “I don’t know how I can, and I can fix it.”
          Climbs on a hoist, the director runs in: "Moscow is calling!" Screams from Moscow, because of you now Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo stand up!
          Well, a friend freaked out specifically, and now for the same money he wipes his pants in the guard.
  • Zeev Zeev April 26 2020 13: 51 New
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    You are still lucky. Most of it was besieged by Belarus, having polluted half of the Mogilev and Gomel regions.
  • Retvizan 8 April 26 2020 05: 26 New
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    Thanks to the guys who struggled with the accident at the AU and its consequences!
    Eternal memory to the dead and dead, living health !!!
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      Honor and praise to all those involved in the elimination.
      We do not forget departedlive hello
  • Atlant-1164 April 26 2020 05: 53 New
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    April 26, 1986 9:2 am walking with my beloved Oksana on Khreshchatyk. In those days there was a bicycle race of the world. Ekimov was the leader. There was good spring weather. and from May XNUMX on the denb of my departure from Zhulyany airport .. there was a pandemon at the stations and at the airports.
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    My neighbors and friends were two twin brothers. Received such a dose that they could not get a job. When the device had to undergo fluorography. For them, this was already a lethal dose.
    Wives left, lived alone.
    The apartment started a fire. The neighbors could not help. Iron door.
    When the fire brigade arrived, there was no one to save
    One was lying near the sofa, suffocating.
    The second brother was able to crawl to the door. There he suffocated
    Eternal Gratitude to All Liquidators !!!
    Eternal Memory To all victims of this terrible accident.
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      Quote: Lipchanin
      Received such a dose that they could not get a job. When the device had to undergo fluorography. For them, this was already a lethal dose. Wives left, lived alone.

      Unfortunately, the quality of life of the surviving radiation-exposed rescuers after the Chernobyl accident / catastrophe liquidation was not there until the end of their lives.
      I can imagine how much of everything, saving the world from radiation, they themselves courageously survived later. All this is sad.
      Light memory to them!
      1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 07: 06 New
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        Unfortunately, the quality of life of the surviving radiation-exposed rescuers after the Chernobyl accident / catastrophe liquidation was not there until the end of their lives.

        They could only drink.
        I do not know the statistics. I know 8 more people Liquidators. Until 2000, no one lived
        Eternal Memory and Gratitude to them that they saved our lives hi
        They died in '98. Is Putin to blame?
        1. Tatyana April 26 2020 07: 30 New
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          They could only drink. I do not know the statistics. I know 8 more people Liquidators. Until 2000, no one lived. Eternal Memory and Gratitude to them that they saved our lives. They died in 98. Is Putin to blame?

          But Putin has nothing to do with it! One must still be objective. Namely.

          The nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant occurred in the USSR under Gorbachev in April 1986.
          For the rest, see the table of the presidents of the Russian Federation.
          Putin in fact began his reign of the Russian Federation on January 1, 2000.
          1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 07: 53 New
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            Why is it necessary to immediately blame Putin?

            Sorry, but always and everywhere GDP is “to blame”
            On April 22, 1993, the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation set a date that is related to the events of April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

            Today flowers will be brought here and candles will be lit.
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            Tatyana, look for what they are minus.
            It’s not important what I’m talking about.
            Stupidly minus.
            here's what to call a mouth that put a minus for it
            Today flowers will be brought here and candles will be lit.

            Photo below
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              Stupidly minus.
              here's what to call a mouth that put a minus for it
              And so for self-satisfaction, do not pay attention hi use the distance, but in reality they’ll get wet underwear.
        2. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 08: 19 New
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          Is Putin to blame?

          For what this bastard Gorby retirement pay 40 minimum salaries?
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            For what this bastard Gorby retirement pay 40 minimum salaries?

            What does Chernobyl have to do with it?
            Drag it in
            1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 08: 46 New
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              What does Chernobyl have to do with it?

              And despite the fact that it was Gorby who arranged acceleration, publicity and the economy. It was under the auspices of the economy at Chernobyl that they conducted an experiment, which then fell apart.
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                Well already hungover
                We are talking about the victims of the Chernobyl tragedy.
                Well do not litter the branch labeled
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                  We are talking about the victims of the Chernobyl tragedy.
                  Well do not litter the branch labeled

                  And he is directly related to the victims. Got game with economic reforms.
              2. Vol4ara April 26 2020 09: 28 New
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                Quote: mordvin xnumx
                Quote: Lipchanin
                What does Chernobyl have to do with it?

                And despite the fact that it was Gorby who arranged acceleration, publicity and the economy. It was under the auspices of the economy at Chernobyl that they conducted an experiment, which then fell apart.

                Rave. To begin with, at least read what the meaning of the experiment is, you don’t need to chat here all that comes into your head. He did not bring any economic benefits
                1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 09: 37 New
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                  Rave. To get started, at least read the meaning of the experiment,

                  Here four articles about this experiment were published. "Chernobyl notebook". Read, if not laziness.
                  1. Vol4ara April 26 2020 09: 39 New
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                    Quote: Vol4ara
                    Rave. To get started, at least read the meaning of the experiment,

                    Here four articles about this experiment were published. "Chernobyl notebook". Read, if not laziness.

                    I read, about 10 years ago, a work of art, on the whole the line is observed, but there are a lot of mistakes, mistakes, and sometimes fiction. But she interested me in this problem, and made me dig further.
                    1. Mordvin 3 April 26 2020 09: 41 New
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                      I read, about 10 years ago,

                      About three years ago they printed on the site. The author is G. Medvedev.
                      1. Vol4ara April 26 2020 09: 43 New
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                        Quote: mordvin xnumx
                        Quote: Vol4ara
                        I read, about 10 years ago,

                        About three years ago they printed on the site. The author is G. Medvedev.

                        I read it when there was no site yet, it's not even 10 years ... Somewhere in 2002
                  2. Doctor April 26 2020 12: 35 New
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                    Here four articles about this experiment were published. "Chernobyl notebook". Read, if not laziness.

                    In my opinion, the most sensible on this topic was written by the participant in the accident, whom many consider her the main culprit, deputy chief engineer for operation of the Chernobyl NPP A.S. Dyatlov. The book is called "Chernobyl - as it was." Everything is there, from prehistory to the analysis of causes.
                    According to the experiment, the reactor is a boiler for heating steam, steam spins the turbines of the generators, the generators have flywheels, so they spin for a while even after the reactor is stopped.
                    The essence of the experiment was very simple - measure the time that they will spin (and generate energy) by inertia after shutting down the reactor.
                    The reactor was going to stop PLANOVO, for refueling, and not an experiment.
                    Measurement of the run-down time of the generators did not affect the processes occurring in the reactor, he pulled for completely different reasons.
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                      And this Woodpecker did not write in his book why all the defenses were withdrawn. And then he had everything written so smoothly, everything was done as planned, and he banged. This does not happen. They awoke there
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                        And this Woodpecker did not write in his book why all the defenses were withdrawn.

                        He wrote and in great detail.
                        The phrase ALL PROTECTIONS was invented for the average person who thinks that since there is nuclear fuel at the nuclear power plant, there exists a complex, multi-level protection system (10 pieces minimum) guaranteeing against an accident.
                        And there she is not. And now too.
                  3. Pilat2009 April 26 2020 14: 11 New
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                    Read, if not laziness.

                    Read better "How It Was" TH is a work of art with a considerable share of interpretation and fiction
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                      "How was it" Thu

                      Okay. hi
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            Quote: Lipchanin
            Is Putin to blame?

            For what this bastard Gorby retirement pay 40 minimum salaries?

            What for? If it weren’t for Gorby, hardly all this thieves' gang would have got to power .. they became billionaires thanks to Gorby ...
            1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 11: 44 New
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              What for? If it weren’t for Gorbi, it’s unlikely that all this thieves' gang got to power

              Well, let's start from the beginning of the "chain" of Stalin-Khrushchev-Brezhnev-Gorbachev-Yeltsin
              Where is the gap ???? Which of them did the PEOPLE choose? Maybe when you admit that it was your party that ruined the USSR ???
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                Maybe when you admit that it was your party that ruined the USSR ???

                Well, to begin with, this is not my party, I didn’t create it .. Even in the Komsomol I didn’t belong ..
                And who then destroyed the country called the USSR? Who was involved in personnel policy? Me? or you?
                As for my answer about the pension, which equals 40 minimum wages ... Yes, I think that the current powers that be should be grateful to those like Gorbachev ... He made it so that all sorts of mediocrity and thieves today are not only sitting in high positions, but also billionaires ...
                pension of 40 minimum wage laughing Have you asked yourself a question for which the head of Rosneft is paid 4,5 million rubles a day? What was the point of the demarche at the OPEC + meeting? Will they refuse to lower 250 thousand barrels, and then sign an agreement on a reduction of 2,5 million barrels in a month? That’s the whole point of those who came to power thanks to Gorbi filling the USSR as Secretary General and the president .. hi
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                    AND....? Pension at what?

                    Actually, Mordvin should have answered .. I do not understand
                    Quote: Lipchanin
                    your impotence

                    Are you special in potency? laughing
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          They could only drink

          So maybe this is the reason for the decline in the quality of life?
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    2. knn54 April 26 2020 08: 02 New
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      Sergey, I join.
      A neighbor, a young specialist, only a son was born. They were sent on a business trip. He burned down from the sarcoma.
      A work colleague. As soon as he transferred to the reserve, the KGB was sent in the forefront. After retirement, he spent three years on cancer.
      People did everything they could.
      It's a shame that the REAL perpetrators (including those who did not provide the rescuers with protective equipment) were not punished.
      A low bow to the Rescuers. Eternal memory to the departed and Health to those who live well.
      1. Lipchanin April 26 2020 08: 11 New
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        Nikolay, then they took away those who already had children
        It's a shame that the REAL perpetrators (including those who did not provide the rescuers with protective equipment) were not punished.

        I do not agree
        At the first moment when there was an explosion, no one could even assess the nature of the disaster. When we already realized, we provided everyone with what we need
        1. Krasnoyarsk April 26 2020 10: 45 New
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          When we already realized, we provided everyone with what we need

          I don’t know, maybe they provided someone (with what?) And us, the second sector of civil defense, in general, nothing.
          Dispensers and not at all. But from them, from the cases, craftsmen made knives. True bath around the clock, with a steam room, mobile, army, good food, they bought water themselves (mineral water) and paid us 105 rubles per month.
      2. alone April 26 2020 12: 05 New
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        That's right ... Of the 7 thousand young people who were sent there, a couple of hundred survived ... Many until 40 years of age pulled ... Eternal memory !!
        1. begemot20091 April 26 2020 12: 12 New
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          Well, whistling is not necessary. there are many who really visited there. we are still alive. here are the data
          In addition to 28 liquidators who died shortly after irradiation, 14 of them died in the next 15 years, 16 more - before January 1, 2006. 4 thousand people - according to the WHO, this is the total number of people who died as a result of the Chernobyl accident and may die in the future from its consequences. 26 April. 2018 year
          1. alone April 26 2020 12: 26 New
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            Well, whistling is not necessary. there are many who really visited there. we are still alive. here are the data

            Do you know better than me statistics on my country ..? Remember the Union republics built villages for those who were evacuated from 30km of the zone? we have a society of liquidators of the Chernobyl disaster ... there were 7 thousand people, now there are about 600 people ... Disabled groups 1 and 2 .. Most died before they reached forty .. These are facts.
            As for statistics .. Statistics is an interesting thing .. According to statistics in Russia, 70% is considered the middle class .. And what? Do you think this is true? hi
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              For confirmation, it would be necessary to compare a sample of the same ages collected from any random regions of the USSR and compare how many of them would survive to this day, given the collapse of the country, the mess, crises, the collapse of medicine, banditry, alcoholism and so on. And then we can draw conclusions.
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                Quote: Jager
                For confirmation, it would be necessary to compare a sample of the same ages collected from any random regions of the USSR and compare how many of them would survive to this day, given the collapse of the country, the mess, crises, the collapse of medicine, banditry, alcoholism and so on. And then we can draw conclusions.

                more than half died of cancer. Leukemia was especially common. And about age. 85% were young guys who went there. Many tried to get there ... After all, they paid very well + business trips, etc. ..
                1. Krasnoyarsk April 26 2020 22: 46 New
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                  And about age. 85% were young guys who went there.

                  I will not argue, maybe where they took the young, but we do not.
                  If memory serves, then not younger than 30 and who had two children. So it was in 87. As it was later, I don’t know.
                  Quote: lonely
                  Many tried to get there ... After all, they paid very well + business trips, etc. ..

                  I have not seen such. All on the agenda of the draft board. Payment of "business trip" depending on the number of "trips to the zone" in a multiple, double and triple amount of the average earnings at the place of work. At the place of deployment of my battalion, business trip 105 rubles. per month.
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                    . All on the agenda of the draft board.

                    In addition to the military registration and enlistment offices, we were also sent there from the construction departments .. The builders ... The family were not very willing to go .. But the youth just wanted to have room ..
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                      Quote: lonely

                      In addition to the military registration and enlistment offices, we were also sent there from the construction departments .. The builders ... The family were not very willing to go .. But the youth just wanted to have room ..

                      I will not argue, but I have not met youth among the liquidators.
                      And builders were recruited to build housing for migrants from the infected zone. As for example, the city of Slavutich, built specifically for them.
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                        As for example, the city of Slavutich, built specifically for them.

                        I know ... we built ours .. Construction organizations from Azerbaijan .. There is a Baku quarter
  • Free wind April 26 2020 06: 16 New
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    Health survivors and their children. Children had many pathologies. See the Volga in the photo from the city committee or the ministry of which. Government office numbers, not private. Such a trump radiator grill, fog lights, caps on wheels. The truth in the background is black 24, there to give out a very big bump. If it weren’t for the lessons of NVP, in school, and history, with stories about Hiroshima, many could not imagine what radiation is. Many died. On TV they broadcast that everything was fine, one would think that the fluro office burned out.
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      See the Volga in the photo from the city committee or the ministry of which. Government office numbers, not private.

      Just saw it?
      And if the author posted such a photo?


      Or do you need to at least drop a drop of your manure?
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        I saw that no one knew what to do, did not imagine the scale of the tragedy, and did not know what it was. Not only ordinary citizens, but also bosses. They rode there and sometimes to see. Since September, this has already stopped. If they knew, perhaps there would be less tragedy. Two girls studied at the institute with my sister, they are from Pripyat. One child was subsequently born unviable, the second, such a sweetheart, only had miscarriages, Both had already died. . A friend, the same migrant, has two children, both disabled people of the first group. I was struck by the fact that even specialists did not know that it was not possible to deactivate a passenger car, a large amount of dust fell into the passenger compartment, at least cracked., Cars and slipped back and forth. So when we figured it out, the cars went one way, they got theirs, they were buried. Of course there was decontamination, but inside the zone. What can I say, even with buses after the evacuation of people did not know what to do.
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        And if the author posted such a photo?

        Photo with a "loaf" - PUSO, on the second - somewhere at the station.
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          Quote: Krasnoyarsk
          Quote: Lipchanin
          And if the author posted such a photo?

          Photo with a "loaf" - PUSO, on the second - somewhere at the station.

          Why are you hooked to the photo ??????
          There is something else on you
  • Siberia April 26 2020 07: 08 New
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    A bright memory and a low bow to the liquidators. Health and courage to all affected.
    Ps: yes, and now something similar has happened in our country - life for her, as then, almost no one will lay ...
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      Ps: yes, and now something similar has happened in our country - life for her, as then, almost no one will lay ...
      Do not judge and will not be judged. And don’t croak.
  • Ravil_Asnafovich April 26 2020 07: 15 New
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    People, people, let's just LIVE.
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      Quote: Ravil_Asnafovich
      People, people, let's just LIVE.

      ... and always remember those who gave their lives and health for our calm LIFE.
  • Amateur April 26 2020 07: 44 New
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    Somewhere on May 20-25, 1986, a box machine with new equipment was brought from a freight station. I went down to the yard to look at them. On the boxes it was written: sender P / N № ..., Pripyat. Suddenly, she clicked in her head: Pripyat is Chernobyl. I ordered the boxes not to be pulled anywhere, but to find the dosimeter. The manager, quietly swearing, left and after some time brought a dusty and dirty box with a dosimeter. Naturally without batteries. Sent to the store for batteries. About one hour passed before they were brought, until then. At this time we were standing near the boxes, smoking and waiting. The people slowly glanced at me and secretly twisted a finger at my head. But the batteries were inserted, the dosimeter was turned on, the probe was brought up to the drawers, and at a distance of about a little less than a meter, the arrow was thrown to the right until it stops. The toggle-switch began to decrease sensitivity, but the device all the same went off scale. People shied away at around light speed.
    These were the boxes that traveled by rail almost half the country! Naturally, they did not begin to drag them into the building.
    Well, how and where were they later divided - a story covered in darkness.
  • depressant April 26 2020 08: 04 New
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    It was a shock. Bitter, angry questions: "How so?!? Who allowed?" quickly gave way to a shift in consciousness towards the generation of bad premonitions. Everyone was talking about the Star of Wormwood, which fell into the blackness of the waters. After all, the grass of Chernobyl is wormwood. On TV - the heroism of Soviet soldiers going to their deaths, a helicopter dropping water to the reactor, in the press - the cloud covered the May Day demonstration in Kiev, goes to Europe. And a feeling of hopelessness, own powerlessness. There are phenomena that you cannot stop by the power of the mind, and even your own life cannot stop them.
    The liquidators ... Without questioning the orders, the squads of the liquidators went into the reactor, knowing that they were going to die. They stopped.
    ... Many years later. Chernobyl is always with me, such a shift in consciousness, and not only with me. Year after year I read critical books of the Stalker series. The famous striped pipe, sarcophagus, underground communications, the House of Culture, the Red Forest, the river, the bridge over it, the surrounding villages, and technology cemeteries - I know the geography of this place! I wander around the city on the Internet along with the real current stalkers, watching the image of a bygone world - my world, and I ask the same question: was it an accident? And if not, then are people a consumable?
    It was a tragic point of bifurcation of our history. We are all Chernobyl victims thrown into her reactor. The current Pripyat Zone is its seal.
    Eternal memory to fallen heroes-liquidators!
    I don’t see much concern for the survivors.
  • anjey April 26 2020 08: 12 New
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    Glory to all the heroes from the USSR who fought with radiation in Chernobyl and who are not fissile, as now, on a national (nationalistic) basis .....
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      Quote: anjey
      Glory to all the heroes from the USSR who fought with radiation in Chernobyl and who are not fissile, as now, on a national (nationalistic) basis .....

      Today in our Republic of Belarus there are about 114000 thousand “liquidators”, these are those “partisans” who took part in the 86/89 years of liquidation of consequences at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant ...
      Let us remember those who are not with us and wish good health to the living ...
  • Plantagenet April 26 2020 08: 53 New
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    “NPPs are daytime stars!” - exclaimed in 1980 in the magazine “Twinkle” academician M. A. Styrikovich. “We will dot our entire land with them.” They are completely safe! Sometimes, however, one has to hear fears that an explosion may occur at a nuclear power plant ... It is simply physically impossible ... Nuclear fuel at a nuclear power plant cannot be blown up by any forces - neither earthly nor heavenly ... ”

    Grigory Medvedev "Chernobyl Notebook"
    1. Narak-zempo April 26 2020 09: 25 New
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      Quote: Plantagenet
      Nuclear fuel at a nuclear power plant cannot be blown up by any forces - neither earthly, nor heavenly ...

      What is characteristic, did not lie. Fuel assemblies did not explode, but only melted laughing
      I read "Notebooks" last year, when everyone was on the Chernobyl series. Description of Pripyat, dotted with corpses of dogs, is really worse than any post-apocalypse.
      1. Digital error April 26 2020 09: 49 New
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        Quote: Narak-zempo
        everybody was talking about the Chernobyl series

        Anti-Soviet TV series "Chernobyl". Have you read Legasov’s notes?
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          Anti-Soviet TV series "Chernobyl". Have you read Legasov’s notes?

          Therefore, after the first 10 minutes I did not look further.
          No, they didn’t get around to read.
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            Quote: Narak-zempo
            did not reach the hands to read

            Well, quarantine itself ordered smile At the same time, anti-Soviet illusions would be dispelled by those who have them. Perhaps the only thing I personally disagree with in the actions of the Soviet government is the involvement in the elimination of hundreds of thousands of people. The Japanese in Fukushima cost an order of magnitude less, and the first volunteers, if I am not mistaken, were 50+ years old (oncology, as a rule, develops 20 or more years after irradiation, that is, at the time of the predicted consequences, they would have reached "the age of survival ")
            1. Narak-zempo April 26 2020 10: 11 New
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              Well, quarantine itself ordered

              I continue to work on 2 works, of which only one is remote.
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                Quote: Narak-zempo
                I continue to work on 2 works

                Health to you in that case. Yesterday, by the way, I watched a new “movie” with Bondarchuk - another anti-Soviet, in which the “bloody gebnya” allowed the alien to feed living prisoners ...
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              Fukushima is not Chernobyl. If only because Japan is not in densely populated Europe
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                Japan is not in densely populated Europe

                did the population density of Japan itself and neighboring Kitia compare with Europe?
                Yes, the “footprint” went mostly to the Pacific Ocean, but the original “exclusion zone” was the same size as the “Chernobyl” one.
  • Narak-zempo April 26 2020 09: 00 New
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    In April 2012, the name of the memorial day was changed by decision of the then President Dmitry Medvedev to the Day of participants in the elimination of the consequences of radiation accidents and disasters and the memory of the victims of these accidents and disasters.

    The name was changed, but did they give all the victims of these accidents and disasters the "Chernobyl" status?
    1. begemot20091 April 26 2020 09: 44 New
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      Huge benefits crying
      http://juresovet.ru/lgoty-likvidatoram-chernobylskoj-aes/
      1. Narak-zempo April 26 2020 09: 49 New
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        And what did you mean by that?
        I know about the benefits "Chernobyl".
        But, since hands reached the renaming of Memorial Day towards generalization, why not go further and give such benefits to everyone who suffered from radiation accidents, not only Chernobyl. For example, those who fell under the EURT after a leak at the Mayak.
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          I wanted to say that benefits are one name. Compare with the pensions of officials, judges, deputies ... And what you listed is not everything: testers, the accident at the Tomsk nuclear power plant in Seversk ... You can list a lot. So I wanted to show the level of "benefits". Also ask MSEC - will they link your disability group in 30 years with participation in “these events”. I answer 100% for the words.
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            I live in Ukraine, our scope of benefits, at least in the late 90s and early 2000s, was quite attractive (then, of course, was revised several times in the direction of "optimization"), so that a whole business of assigning the corresponding status with full wiring for all authorities.
            Those who bought the status were contemptuously called "owls" - from the "simulate Chornobilsky invalidostnosti", CSCI.
  • DMB 75 April 26 2020 09: 03 New
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    Health to peasants. Heroes. They knew perfectly well what they were doing.
  • Mite April 26 2020 09: 12 New
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    I read a lot of memories .. It was scary! They walked literally into hell of hell, understanding what this means .. They extinguished it, but how much it all cost money and, most importantly, the lives of the liquidators .. Eternal memory to them!
    1. Crimean partisan 1974 April 26 2020 09: 51 New
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      They extinguished it, but how much it all cost money and most importantly the lives of the liquidators .... but the Chernobyl accident acquired the status of LIQUIDATED after six months, it was worth it. against the background of the infamous mover (from beginning to ... the end is not yet visible) in Fukushima. heaven and earth
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        Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
        it was worth it. against the background of the infamous mover (from beginning to ... the end is not yet visible) in Fukushima. heaven and earth

        Yeah, Fukushima with all their technologies and robots, they just cool the smoldering reactor with seawater and lower it all into the ocean .. Infecting everything around .. Where are Gratta and others green.?
        No matter how they shouted, non-Liberians supposedly kept silent the facts
        595 people were sent to eliminate the consequences of an unprecedented disaster, of which more than 000 have already died and almost 60 have become disabled. This catastrophe cost dearly and financially: according to various estimates, only the priority costs of the Soviet Union amounted to 000 - 165 billion rubles.
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          only the priority expenses of the Soviet Union amounted to 18 - 26 billion rubles ...... it was worth it. no one has ever encountered such a tragedy before. therefore, in the course of not just elimination, but of localization there were a lot of trial and error, and the first of them is what the Japanese are doing now. stupidly pour water on emergency reactors. when ours immediately realized that this only leads to deterioration .... in short, it was not in vain spent on the construction of the Sarcophagus .... by the way, I wrote to Fukushima in March 11, when I wrote the report for dispatch. and these degenerates refused help. and they themselves were cowardly and stupid .....
          Where is Gratta and others green.? ... how where .... in quarantine. and maybe health was completely shaken. she had a psyche, and so it was out of order, and so a crown + schizophrenia, a hellish mixture
  • Phil77 April 26 2020 09: 32 New
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    Good morning everyone! Sorry, that off-topic articles. But ... Today, after all, is another date.
    On April 26, 1985, an uprising of Soviet prisoners of war broke out in Badaber. The guys survived for almost a day. All died. That's somehow.
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      Here is a normal film about those events in the fortress
      https://www.ivi.ru/watch/krepost-badaber
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      Quote: Phil77
      On April 26, 1985, an uprising of Soviet prisoners of war broke out in Badaber. The guys survived for almost a day. All died. That's somehow.

      Unfortunately, few people know about this .. There is a film about this event, I forgot the name, it’s very well filmed .. Eternal memory to the guys! No wonder the Mujahideen respectfully recall the Shuravi as real warriors, unlike Amers, etc. soldier
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        Here please
        1. Mite April 26 2020 10: 40 New
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          This film is already up-to-date, it was shot back in the 90s .. I'll definitely see it thanks! hi
          1. Million April 26 2020 10: 57 New
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            Here it is. Peshawar Waltz
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              Exactly he !!!!!
    3. Million April 26 2020 10: 26 New
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      Recently watched the movie 4 serial "Badaber Fortress".
      I was impressed!
      Then he found another documentary about those events.
      And on TV every day Galkin, Pugacheva and other "heroes" with low social responsibility
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      The guys lasted almost a day.

      And we were hushed up. There, the future head of Afghanistan attacked.
  • Crimean partisan 1974 April 26 2020 10: 05 New
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    Bright Memory to them,
    1. Practik2012 April 26 2020 14: 52 New
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      I join ... This monument is located in the city of Chernobyl. Firefighters installed it for their money. On the left are the guys from operation. It was said that inside the valve that one of them closes, a bottle is walled up.
  • businessv April 26 2020 10: 26 New
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    Military Review expresses its gratitude to all those who performed the work on eliminating the consequences of the accident.
    Thanks to all participants in the liquidation, thanks to VO for the memory of such selfless heroism of people! I don’t even want to think about what would happen if this happened in the now square! In unity is power!
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      Thanks to all participants in the liquidation, thanks to VO for the memory of such selfless heroism of people! I don’t even want to think about what would happen if this happened in the now square! In unity is power!

      Join hi
      During the liquidation of the Chernobyl accident, only in the 30-kilometer exclusion zone and directly above the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, about a hundred aircraft and helicopters were involved, the crews of which solved tasks that no one dreamed of in the world.
      Later, getting in the Kremlin from the hands of A.A. Gromyko, the highest award of the Motherland, I proudly reported for the aviators that not a single pilot turned off the combat course and no one left his post without an order. And there were much more worthy of this award not only among aviators, but also among representatives of other military branches. Because, without exaggeration, they saved mankind from radiation contamination. And if not the whole globe, then the northern hemisphere - for sure.

      Victor Syryk

      Source: https://zvezdaweekly.ru/news/t/20184251436-ua51t.html

      Read a good article ..
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        Read a good article ..

        Thanks already! smile
  • Bshkaus April 26 2020 11: 24 New
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    Yeah...
    I was 4 years old, I have lived and still live in Moscow, but these events are still engraved in memory:
    Anxiety was felt throughout the child’s gut and looking at the parents, and at the constant news releases. I didn’t remember what they said, but I remember shots of strings of ambulances, buses, a soldier in chemical protection, inspecting a truck and waving "go good". I even played, long cubes in butoh columns are the same ambulances.
    And here is my wife from Kiev, for them it was a red thread: evacuation to the Baltic states from a pioneer camp, children's misunderstanding, where they were taken to and why? the mother who arrived and pulled them out from the bus on time and on time.
    It was a terrible disaster ...
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    Secretary General of the Central Committee of the CPSU N.S. Khrushchev sought to overtake and overtake the United States in everything. Including the peaceful use of atomic energy, which is why he forced Soviet scientists and specialists to install atomic reactors at the station, designed to produce weapons-grade fissile material for atomic bombs, and not to generate electricity. About this later, shortly before his death, said Academician Aleksandrov, who sought to blame the Chernobyl disaster ... It is important to know the reason and not to repeat the mistakes ...
  • iouris April 26 2020 11: 52 New
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    The Chernobyl disaster has an artificial character, it is the launch of the dissolution of the USSR, the result of "foresight" ("integration" of the "elite" into some kind of "universal civilization"). Now the "catastrophic" (force majeure) method of transition to a new "technological structure" of population management (overexploitation) is the conquest of this very "civilization". [Separate opinion, possibly not coinciding with the opinion of the editors]. Watch the films "Dead Season" and "Kin-Dza-Dza!"
    Eternal memory to the heroes of Chernobyl!
  • Practik2012 April 26 2020 12: 14 New
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    Eternal memory to the fallen children in those difficult days that our Motherland was going through.
    A couple of days ago I finished reading the Chernobyl documentary, authored by Yuri Nikolayevich Shcherbak. The book is a collection of interviews with a huge number of people for three years after the accident. There, besides the testimonies of the guys from operation, there are many interviews with scientists, officers, specialists, and leaders. Himself now impressed. There is an interesting interview there of the head of a collective farm in a small village in the Zhytomyr region, in which, it seems to me, the reasons for the extinction of villages were revealed (the usual way of life of people in the village was violated, the inhabitants were forced to surrender their cows, and when it became possible to keep them again, no one else I wanted to work, because it became possible to buy dairy products in a rural store). There are also statements by Academician Legasov about the global causes of the disaster, about processes in society, and morality. I’ll add a link to the CHERNOBYL channel. The documentary series 1986.04.26 PS. There are interesting documentary shots for the first time shown on the eve of the thirtieth anniversary of the Chernobyl accident. [Media = http: // https: //www.youtube.com/playlist? List = PLbm7JNvBe-MN1KIuwGk2ZeEWr5VAXdDRr]
  • Lord of the Sith April 26 2020 13: 01 New
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    My father is the liquidator of the Chernobyl accident. If you talk, this is said that the hair stands on end, in the most immodest places. Fearfully.
  • dgonni April 26 2020 14: 39 New
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    Nda. How much time has passed.
    And 26 was remembered. According to the constant metallic taste in the mouth. Watery eyes. Type of conjunctivitis. The beast running south directly across the road and not afraid of transport.
    Well, Western voices immediately gave notice that the Chernobyl exploded.
    But we all knew that there were 195 tons of uranium in the reactor, and if it had exploded, then we who were living at arm's length from the station would no longer be alive. In general, few believed and bothered.
    A week and a half in the modern zone went transport. Both interregional and intercity. Having fun spreading radioactive dust on all roads and regional centers.
    Then, somehow abruptly after the hunchback’s performance, decontamination points and chemical protection soldiers appeared on the roads. But transport then already brought in radiation. Mama Do not Cry. In some motor caravans, after radiation measurements, part of the buses had to be written off and part of the more or less laundered ones was given to the zone. As always, these were the newest and serviceable cars, because they mostly drove them to a dalnyak.
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    Fellow soldiers of the 28th PHC of the Ural Military District and all veterans of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant with a MEMORY DAY! Be healthy friends!
    And those who left us in a different world, eternal memory. Member of LPA ChNPP Antonov A. 28 PHZ 3rd ITB
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    All liquidators with an anniversary. The living and the dead.