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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles E Closmann
|ISBN:||9781603441155 1603441158 9781603441698 1603441697|
|Description:||vi, 210 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: landscapes of peace, environments of war / Charles Edwin Closmann --
America's military footprint: environmental implications of the U.S. army since 1789 / J. R. McNeill and David S. Painter --
Wood for war: the legacy of human conflict on the Philippine forests, 1565-1945 / Greg Bankoff --
Devouring the land: Sherman's 1864-65 campaigns / Lisa M. Brady --
Environments of death: trench warfare on the western front 1914-18 / Dorothee Brantz --
Total war? administering Germany's environment in two world wars / Frank Uekötter --
World War II and the axis of disease: battling malaria in twentieth-century Italy / Marcus Hall --
Birds on the home front: wildlife conservation in the western United States during World War II / Robert Wilson --
Creating the natural fortress: landscape, resistance, and memory in the Vercors, France / Chris Pearson --
Wartime destruction and the postwar cityscape / Jeffry M. Diefendorf.
|Series Title:||Williams-Ford Texas A&M University military history series, no. 125.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Charles E. Closmann.|
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