Session: Endangered Cities: Military Powers and Urban Society in an Age of Total War

Whose History is ‘Our’ History? The Influence of Naval Power on Sevastopol’s Reconstruction, 1944-1953


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Session: Endangered Cities: Military Powers and Urban Society in an Age of Total War
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The Reconstruction of Capital and Border Cities as National Statements


The Leningrad Blockade, 1941-44: Life in the Fortress of the Rear


The Trading City: Black Markets in Berlin during World War II


Urban Entertainment and the Experience of War: Berlin, 1914-1918


An Ephemeral Utopia of Nationalities? Lodz in the Great War


Controlling Urban Society in Brussels during World War I


Cities through the Viewfinder: The Airborne Gaze and the Urban Target


Preservation by Dispersion: Civilian Evacuations in Germany and France, 1939-1945