Architecture in Wartime

Goodman, Percival; Goodman, Paul
December 1943
New Republic;12/20/43, Vol. 109 Issue 25, p878
Details the architectural and community planning to be undertaken for implementation in Great Britain in the post-War period. Information regarding military architecture with criticism that the engineers employed to make it were not apt to do the job; Information regarding war housing which were built in connection of war industries with the criticism that whole cities and industries are located for reasons of special interest, without regional and national planning; Information regarding planning for separate establishment of industrial units away from community housing.


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