Index of places
Maps and illustrations are indicated by emboldened page numbers. Names of specific wars are included in the subject index.
a
Aarhus (Denmark) 193
Acre (Israel) 19 , 118
Aden 105
Adrianopole (Turkey) 138
Africa 67 , 138 , 184 ;
battle terrain cities 113 , 116 ;
fortified cities 13 , 22-3 , 31 , 34 ;
insurgent cities 11 , 86 , 87 , 89 , 91 , 103 , 105-6
Aigues-Mortes (France) 22-3 , 190
Ain Zara (Turkey) 138
Algeria:
insurgent cities 89 , 91 , 105-6
Algiers (Algeria) 105-6
Amsterdam (Netherlands) 51 , 140 , 158
Annapolis (USA) 65
Antalya (Turkey) 9
Antigua 75
Antwerp (Belgium) 47 , 50 , 51 , 54-5
Arabs see Middle East
Arctic 67
Arnhem (Netherlands) 116 , 134 , 171 , 172
Asia 173 ;
air defence 136 , 142-4 , 151 ;
fortified cities 13 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 31 , 33 , 34 , 48 ;
garrison and naval towns 69 , 75 , 82 ;
insurgent cities 89 , 90-3 , 97 , 103 , 105 , 106 , 108
Aspendos (Turkey) 9
Assyria 13
Athens (Greece) 14-15 , 19 , 74 , 101
Australia 99 , 179
Austria 28 , 116 , 136 ;
insurgent cities 98 , 107 ;
redundant defences re-used 159 , 162 , 165 , 168 , 170 , 171 , 173

b
Babylon (Iraq) 13
Bad Hersfeld (Germany) 70
Bad Kissingen (Germany) 70
Badajoz (Spain) 115
Baghdad (Iraq) 146
Baku (Soviet Union) 96
Baltic area 30-1
Banska (Czechoslovakia) 108
Barcelona (Spain) 99 , 108 , 158
Basque region 90
Basra (Iraq) 146
Bath (England) 65
Bayeux (France) 116
Beijing (China) 97
Beirut (Lebanon) 108 , 109 , 110 , 119 , 135
Belfast (Northern Ireland) 93 , 102
Belfort (Germany) 159
Belgium:
battle terrain cities 114 , 116 , 121 ;
fortified cities 25 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 47 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 54-5 ;
heritage cities and tourism 179 , 190 , 192 ;
insurgent cities 100 , 103 ;
redundant defences re-used 158 , 160 , 165
Benghazi (Libya) 138
Berlin (Germany):
air defence 139 , 142 ;
as battle terrain 116 ;
as garrison town 70 , 73 , 74 ;
military geography and science 3 ;
tourism in 184
Bermuda 75
Bialystok (Poland) 108
Bolivia 90
Bologna (Italy) 93 , 158
Boston (USA) 97 , 188 , 193
Bourtange (Netherlands) 35 , 39 , 165 , 166 , 192
Brasilia (Brazil) 97
Braunschweig (Germany) 123 , 134
Brazil 97
Breda (Netherlands) 65
Brest (France) 74
Bristol (England) 64
Britain 11 , 25 ;
air warfare 136 , 138-41 , 143-4 , 147-9 ;
battle terrain cities 115 , 117 ;
colonialism 31 , 34 , 41-2 , 48 , 69 , 74-7 , 86 , 138 , 191-2 ;
defence industry of 63 , 64 , 65 ;
fortified city 31 , 34 , 41-2 , 48
(see also

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface x
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Fortified City 12
  • Chapter 3 - The Defence Town 63
  • Chapter 4 - The Insurgent City 83
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  • Chapter 6 - The Air Defence of Cities 136
  • Chapter 7 - The Re-Use of Redundant Defence Systems 153
  • Chapter 8 - Defence as Heritage 174
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  • References 204
  • Index of Places 213
  • Subject Index 219
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