Memoirs

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Hutchinson, Jul 3, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 773 pages
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The late Soviet physicist, activist, and Nobel laureate describes his upbringing, scientific work, rejection of Soviet repression, peace and human rights concerns, marriage and family, and persecution by the KGB

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Sakharov was at once the brilliant physicist who created the hydrogen bomb and the humanitarian who won the Nobel Peace Prize. With his death last December, these Memoirs become timely testimony to ... Read full review

Contents

My Family and Childhood
3
My Education
26
Ashkhabad
39
Copyright

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