The Fall of the Soviet Union

The Fall of the Soviet Union
 

The city of Pripyat and other areas within the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone were locked down and guarded closely following the forced evacuations after the Nuclear disaster, however, with the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, the Exclusion Zone, which was located primarily in Ukraine, went through a period of lawlessness as the Ukraine republic transitioned to its own government and control over the area. During this time, much looting occurred, and pretty well anything of value was stripped and taken - some believe most was 'liberated' by those who worked within the zone.

This room, located in a secret Military base next to the Duga radar, a giant antenna whose job was to detect an incoming missile strike from the USA, had walls filled with Cold War propaganda, including the Soviet Union symbol of the Hammer & Sickle. This room, like the Soviet Union itself, would fall into eventual collapse.

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