As architects and planners theorized new ways of citymaking, military analysts were right behind

The military is always on the heels of city planners. Lt. Col. John W. Burbery and Richard Ellefsen separately analyzed the nature of buildings and urban landscape to prepare troops for urban warfare. For example, Burberry created a rubric that categorized urban spaces into hubs, satellites, networks, and pie slices, and detailed how the troops would move through each pattern and where their lines of attack would be. Read full article here


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