2 edition of Effects of war on property found in the catalog.
Effects of war on property
|Statement||by Alma Latifi, with a note on belligerent rights at sea, by John Westlake.|
|Contributions||Westlake, John, 1828-1913.|
|LC Classifications||JX5281 .L3, JX5281 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 155 p.|
|Number of Pages||155|
The natural environment has been a strategic element of war since the first rock was thrown by the first cave dweller. The armies of ancient Rome and Assyria, to ensure the total capitulation of their enemies, reportedly sowed salt into the cropland of their foes, making the soil useless for farming — an early use of military herbicide, and one of most devastating environmental effects of war. Federation Of American Scientists – Science for a safer.
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the state mobilizes the entire society for the war effort. Many of the domestic effects of war are indeed a function of the extent of wartime mobilization (A. Stein ). A conﬂict’s course, and especially its conclusion, can also be important determinants of change.
Long-term environmental effects of the war remain unclear, but short-term problems have been identified for every environmental compartment. For example, some weapons are applied that may be extremely damaging to the environment, such as white phosphorus ammunition.
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Both schools include optimists and pessimists concerning the preventability of war. The more we observe and become involved in the government war on poverty, the clearer comes the message: War against poverty is war against property, and war against property is war against the poor.
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