The Conflict Landscape of Verdun, France: Conserving Cultural and Natural Heritage After WWI

  • de Matos Machado R
  • Hupy J
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Abstract

Known to have been the scene of one of the greatest battles of history, the battlefield of Verdun (France) is now a vast forest area of 10,000 ha. Created in the aftermath of the World War One, the forest of Verdun is the result of a long process led by the state since the 1920s …

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de Matos Machado, R., & Hupy, J. P. (2019). The Conflict Landscape of Verdun, France: Conserving Cultural and Natural Heritage After WWI (pp. 111–132). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-18991-4_5

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