Gorelik with Antonina W. Bouis.
|Spencer R. Weart
Alexei B. Kojevnikov
|Web Design:||David Boguslavsky,
|Photo Research:||Jack Scott|
|We are also very grateful to:||R. Joseph Anderson,
Edward Kline, and
Design Notes: The typeface used throughout this exhibit is Times New Roman, with Arial for quotes. Busorama (a freeware font) is used for the headings, and Bauhaus for the Homepage navigation.
Photo Credits: Unless noted below, the photographs used on this site were kindly provided by the Andrei Sakharov Archives at Brandeis University, Elena Bonner, Gennady Gorelik or AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives.
Igor Tamm, Sakharov’s 1949 apartment, and the memo by Zeldovich and Sakharov are reproduced from B.L. Altshuler et al., eds. On mezhdu nami zhil. Vospominaniya o Sakharove. Moscow: Praktika, 1996.
The cosmological bet was reproduced from Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov. Fragmenty Biografi. Moscow, 1991.
The photo of Sakharov’s house at the "Installation" is by Igor Drovenikov.
The Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty image is a Department of State photograph.The Tsar Bomb photo and the photo on Nuclear bombs and missile warheads from the Russian Atomic Weapon Museum at Sarov came from the Web site "Soviet and Russian Nuclear Weapons and History" at http://nuclearweaponarchive.org/Russia/.
Sakharov’s paper on the asymmetry of matter is courtesy E.L. Feinberg.
Sakharov’s note giving Agrest the address of his Moscow apartment is courtesy M.M. Agrest.
The Sakharov newspaper article and headlines are copright 1968 by The New York Times Company. Reprinted by permission.
The pamphlet Andrei Sakharov in Exile was published by the International League for Human Rights.
The photo of Sakharov’s funeral is courtesy the Sakharov Museum and Public Center, Moscow.
The portrait on the last page of the exhibit is by Yousuf Karsh. (© Yousuf Karsh / Retna Ltd.).
Tsar Bomb and Soviet bomb test photos from the Nuclear Weapon Archive.
© 1998 - American Institute of Physics and Gennady Gorelik