Defending Britain: Twentieth-century Military Structures in the Landscape

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Oxygen Thief

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Oct 17, 2005
Defending Britain: Twentieth-century Military Structures in the Landscape (Paperback)
by Mike Osborne

# Paperback: 272 pages
# Publisher: Tempus Publishing Ltd (Oct 2004)
# Language English
# ISBN: 075243134X


A volunteer coordinator for the Defence of Britain Project presents an illustrated survey of the country's 20th century military structures located in rural and urban landscapes. Based on fieldwork and archival research, Osborne describes the purpose and form of structures including World War I and II airfields, munitions dumps, and Cold War bunkers.
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