Reconstructing Kobe: The Geography of Crisis and Opportunity

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Six thousand people died and hundreds of thousands lost their homes when the Hanshin Earthquake hit Kobe in 1995. It was the largest disaster in postwar Japan and, until Hurricane Katrina, the largest postwar natural disaster to strike a developed country. The media focused only on the quake's immediate effects, and the long-term reconstruction ...

Reconstructing Kobe: The Geography of Crisis and Opportunity 2011, University of British Columbia Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780774817578

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Reconstructing Kobe: The Geography of Crisis and Opportunity 2010, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver

ISBN-13: 9780774817561

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