The Destruction of Memory: Architecture at War

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A decimated Shiite shrine in Iraq. The smoking World Trade Center site. The scorched cityscape of 1945 Dresden. Among the most indelible scars left by war is the destroyed landscapes, and such architectural devastation damages far more than mere buildings. Robert Bevan argues here"that shattered buildings are not merely "collateral damage," but rather calculated acts of cultural annihilation.From Hitler's Kristallnacht to the toppling of Saddam Hussein's statue in the Iraq War, Bevan deftly sifts through military campaigns ...

The Destruction of Memory: Architecture at War 2016, Reaktion Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781780235974

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The Destruction of Memory: Architecture at War 2007, Reaktion Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781861893192

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The Destruction of Memory: Architecture at War 2006, Reaktion Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781861892058

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