Ginzburg, Vitalii on 1990 September 25, 1992 March 28 and July 27: in Russian.

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Abstract/Description: In the interview, Vitali Ginzburg discusses: his way to physics, Moscow University and Lebedev Physics Institute (FIAN) in 1930s and 1940s, relationships in the community of physicists, his activity in the FIAN group that originated the first Soviet H-bomb, his "2nd idea," "struggle against cosmopolitanism," the Lysenko-like session of physicists of 1949, the evolution of his creativity, personalities of prominent Soviet physicists Leonid Mandelstam, Igor Tamm, Lew Landau, Igor Kurchatov, Andrei Sakharov, Sergei Vavilov, and Vladimir Fok.
Subject(s): Fok, V. A. (Vladimir Aleksandrovich), 1898-1974
Ginzburg, V. L. (Vitaliĭ Lazarevich), 1916-2009
Kurchatov, I. V. (Igorʹ Vasilʹevich), 1903-1960
Landau, L. D. (Lev Davidovich), 1908-1968
Mandelʹshtam, L. I. (Leonid Isaakovich), 1879-1944
Sakharov, Andreĭ, 1921-1989
Tamm, I. E. (Igorʹ Evgenʹevich), 1895-1971
Vavilov, S. I. (Sergeĭ Ivanovich), 1891-1951
Fizicheskiĭ institut imeni P.N. Lebedeva
Moskovskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ universitet im. M.V. Lomonosova
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb -- Soviet Union
Date Issued: 1990