By Christopher Anderson
The Marines In global warfare II КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Greenhill Books Серия: The G.I. sequence - The Illustrated heritage of the yank Soldier Автор: Christopher J. Anderson Название: The Marines In international conflict II. From Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay Язык: English Год издания: 2000 Количество страниц: seventy four ISBN: 1-85367-426-5 Формат: pdf Размер: 32.74 Мб0
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The proposals put forward by Jean Royer and Laborie are again good examples. In Orl~ans Royer put in a new circular open space which, being at the crossroads of several streets, was to open up historical and picturesque perspectives of the monuments of the town. In the centre of Sully-sur-Loire he modified a square that was soon named after Marshal P~tain. In Gien, Laborie opened up 40 Rebuilding Europe's Bombed Cities the area around the Ch~teau by planning a new square in front of it. In these cases, the assertion of public power was expressed by the refusal to rebuild exactly as things had been in the past, despite numerous complaints from the owners of affected property and the agency responsible for historical monuments.
Part of von Beyme's work is presented in the present volume (see Chapter 13). For reasons of space it was not possible to include the papers by Teresa Zarebska, 'The Development of Concepts in the Reconstruction and Rebuilding of Bombed Cities in Poland'; Erik Lorange, 'The Reconstruction of the War-Damaged Towns in Norway, on the Outskirts of Europe'; Hartmut Frank, '3Mal Wiederaufbau' and 'Die architektonische Gestaltung eines Neubeginns'; and Fabrizio Brunetti, 'Sulla ricostruzione postbellica in ltalia con particolare riguardo al caso di Firenze'.
L6 This first step in urban rationalisation shaped the nature of town planning and architecture during reconstruction. The modification of the urban fabric by cutting open dense blocks and bringing light and air to the city centre brought to the fore the issues of beautification and zoning. The proposals put forward by Jean Royer and Laborie are again good examples. In Orl~ans Royer put in a new circular open space which, being at the crossroads of several streets, was to open up historical and picturesque perspectives of the monuments of the town.