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March 23, 2006


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Steven Kaye

I'm reminded of Albert Speer's Theory of Ruin Value.

One website notes: "Interestingly, Hans-Ernst Mittig argued recently (1993: 21) that there is no proof that the theory of ruin value existed before 1969 at all (when Speer first published his memoirs). He went on to state that the theory of ruin value has left no traces in any publications of the Nationalsocialist period, and Mittig concludes that the popularity of this idea must be due to a contemporary fascination with ruins today." (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/citd/holtorf/7.4.html)

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