Subject Index
Maps and illustrations are indicated by emboldened page numbers. Names of places are not included (see index of places) except where they are within the name of a war, e.g. Russo-Japanese.
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abandoned land 165-6
Abbott, C. 64
academies, military 65
accuracy and hitting power of weapons:
in air warfare 140 , 141 ;
and fortified city 24 , 27 , 35 , 45-6
aerospace industries 64
aesthetic approach to heritage 182-3
agriculture 160 , 165-6
air defence of cities 52 , 103 , 136-52 , 195 , 201 ;
expectations and experience 137-45 ;
origins 136-7 ;
see also nuclear weapons
air-force bases 65
Alexander the Great 80 , 154
Alfred, King of England 80
Allen, K. 25 , 46
Alva, F.A., Duke of 113
American Civil War see under Civil wars
anarchism 89
Anderson, W. 13
Anglo-Dutch War 39 , 41 , 75
Antonisz, A. 28-9 , 54
Arab-Israeli Wars 110 , 118 , 119 , 143
archaeological evidence 12 , 20
architecture:
of fortified city 17-18 , 27-30 , 34 ;
and insurgent city 92 ;
see also street pattern
areas/zones, urban 93 , 94
Argan, G.C. 17 , 28 , 61
armed forces see defence towns
arrow-head fortifications 26 , 29-30 , 31 , 35
Artevelde, Jan van 114
artillery 201 ;
and defence towns 77 , 80 ;
exploding shell 45-6 ;
and insurgent city 97 , 98 , 100 , 107 ;
rifling of gun barrels 45-6 ;
see also gunpowder-artillery
Ashworth, G.J. 59 , 172 , 174 , 185 , 186
Ashworth, L.M.X. 85
assassination 96 , 100
Aston, M. 59
Atlantic Wall 52 , 155
atomic bomb see nuclear weapons
Aurousseau, M. 6
authenticity of heritage 176-8
automatic weapons 89
avoidance of city as battle terrain 112-16

b
Bak, L. 148
Baldwin, S. 5 , 146
ballista 20
ballistic missiles 136 , 145 , 151
balloons 136
banditry 84
Banks, A. 24
barbed wire 46 , 201
barbican 22 , 23
barricades 107 , 115
Bastier, J. 57
bastions 25-8 , 29-30 , 31 , 34 , 36 , 39 , 40-1 , 42 , 43 , 80
Bateman, M. 5
battle and siege distinction 112-16
battle terrain, city as 4 , 10 , 112-35 , 196 ;
avoidance of 112-16 ;
characteristics 116-22 ;
design in future 131-5 ;
military operations 122-31
Bish, R.L. 61
black people:
and insurgent city 84 , 95-6 ;
protection against 31 , 33-4
Blair, P.H. 80
Blanqui, L.A. 104
Blitzkrieg 201
Bloch, R. 65
blockades, naval 74
Boiten, L. 164 , 173
bombing see air defence

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