Architecture in Uniform
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Contrary to what is suggested by most historical accounts, the Second World War was a key moment in the modernization of architectural theory and practice. Spanning Europe, the USSR and America, this well-illustrated study offers a new perspective on the architectural history of the war, documenting the period between the bombings of Guernica in 1937 and Hiroshima in 1945; the architectural contributions to the war efforts, including defensive structures and planning; and the wartime activities of individual architects. No jacket.