Mataeriel Culture: The Archaeology of 20th Century Conflict

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Adlershof:
wind tunnel, conservation of 176
aerial warfare:
Blitz 144 , 149 , 150 , 151 , 152 ;
Britain, Battle of (1940) 174 , 180 , 182 ;
civilians, targeting of 13 , 16 , 18 , 149-52 , 172-3 ;
firestorm, development of 13 , 308 ;
Germany, strategic bombing of 13 , 173 ;
offensive deterrence, doctrine of 173 , 180 ;
origins of 13 , 149 ;
Pacific War, role of airpower in 173-4 ;
precision weapons, development of 306
Aircraft Control and Warning System 216 , 217 , 224 , 225 ;
conservation of 224 ;
dismantling of 224 ;
historic significance of 224 , 225 ;
see also US Air Force
Alaska:
aircraft early-warning network 5 , 216 , 217 , 218 , 219 ;
BMEWS installations, conservation of 224 ;
BMEWS installations, upgrading of 221 , 222 ;
Bullen Point DEW station 225 ;
Clear Air Station 225 ;
Distant Early Warning Line, conservation of 224 ;
Ilois, dispossession of 5
Alcatraz:
heritage significance of 266
Alfonsín, Raúl:
Argentine National Commission on the Disappeared, establishment of 104 , 118 ;
the disappeared, political significance of 128 ;
election of 125 ;
full stop legislation 118 , 119
American Association for the Advancement of Science:
Argentina, documentation of human rights abuses 104 , 105 ;
Clearinghouse on Science and Human Rights 104 ;
Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibilities 104 ;
Guatemala, documentation of human rights abuses 105 ;
human rights abuses, its commitment to the documentation of 103
Amritsar riots 299
Angkor Borei:
bombing of 210 ;
Khmer Rouge destruction of 210
archaeological resource management:
evaluation process 9 ;
preservation process 9 , 10 , 11 ;
significance, evaluation of 271 , 271
archaeology:
documentation of human rights abuses 103 ;
landscape analysis 190 ;
monuments, re-use of 190 , 191 ;
spatial analysis 190
archives:
dissemination of information from 296 , 297 ;
emotive qualities of 301 , 302
archivists:
responsibilities of 296 -7, 298
Argentina:
Argentinian Forensic Anthropology Team 115 , 119 , 121 , 122 , 123 , 129 ;
Associación de Ex Detenidos-Desaparecidos 121 , 128 ;
Avellanda cemetery 115 , 124 , 125 , 126 , 127 ;
Catholics, repression of 117 ;
Christian values, junta's protection of 117 , 118 ;
Congress, dismissal of 116 ;
democracy, restoration of 115 , 116 , 118 ;
disappearance, continuation of 125 ;
the disappeared, abduction of 117 ;
the disappeared, exhumation of 125 , 126 , 127 ;
the disappeared, impact on families 122-3 ;
the disappeared, likening of to 'fantasmas' 123 ;
the disappeared, murder of 117 ;
the disappeared, opposition to the exhumation of 119 , 121 , 122 , 123 , 129 ;
freedom of speech, suppression of 116 ;
full stop legislation 118 , 119 ;
Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo 121 , 129 ;
Isidro Cassanova cemetery 128 ;
Jews, repression of 117 ;
journalists, repression of 117 ;
judiciary, military control of 116 ;
junta, fall of 123 , 125 ;
legislature, disbandment of 116 ;

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