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The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial is a 16.5-hectare (40 acres) tract ofpreserved battleground dedicated to the memory of the 1st Newfoundland Regiment, whosuffered an extremely high percentage of casualties during the first day of theBattle of the Somme in July 1916. Beaumont Hamel...
Like other Dominion First World War memorials, the South African National Memorial atDelville Wood was a landscape in which nostalgic anti-modernism was tempered by thedesire to posit a new kind of identity. Using the iconographic ‘inventedmemory’ of New Imperialism, it was designed to project a...
This essay represents the records of three different encounters with the site of theformer concentration camp at Płaszow in the suburbs of the city ofKrakoow in southern Poland, all written between 1993 and 1996. As the first accountsuggests, before the making of the film Schindler’s list...
This paper explores the historical development of a Victorian cemetery in Bristol -Arnos Vale - in order to discuss how the nonhuman agency of trees has been enrolledinto particular networks of environmental change and conservation. We argue thattrees have both acted as socialized actors in the...
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