Living with History, 1914–1964

Living with History, 1914–1964

Rebuilding Europe after the First and Second World Wars and the Role of Heritage Preservation

Living with History focuses on a particular aspect of heritage preservation in the twentieth century: destruction and postwar reconstruction in Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, and The Netherlands. This book establishes a status quaestionis for the historiography of wartime and postwar preservation, and sets these particular developments in preservation history in the context of the general evolution of architecture and urbanism. The authors investigate the specific role of conservationists and heritage institutions and administrations in the overall reconstruction and examine the part played by architects and planners in heritage preservation.




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Series

KADOC Artes

Subjects

Art : Art, Architecture, and Photography
History : History / Europe
Social Science : Urban Studies

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