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Quelles trajectoires paysagères pour les massifs forestiers militarisés du Grand-Est ? Essai de typologie à partir de l’étude des forêts de Bitche, de Haguenau et du Bienwald-Mundat

Abstract : The territories and landscapes in the border areas of the Grand-Est region have been strongly marked by military infrastructures. These areas are currently undergoing a major process of demilitarisation resulting in the disappearance of this national defence heritage. The forest massifs occupy a special place in the preservation of the military footprint. It is in the heart of these areas that traces of militarisation such as the remains of the Maginot line or the Lauter fortifications have been most effectively preserved within the landscape. However, the territorial management of these forest massifs on the borders of the Pays de Bitche in the Vosges du Nord and of Haguenau and Bienwald-Mundat reflects landscape approaches and trajectories which contrast with their military footprint.
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Denis Mathis, Emmanuel Chiffre, Christelle Balouzat-Loubet, Tanguy Niederlander, Anne Mathis. Quelles trajectoires paysagères pour les massifs forestiers militarisés du Grand-Est ? Essai de typologie à partir de l’étude des forêts de Bitche, de Haguenau et du Bienwald-Mundat. Projets de paysage : revue scientifique sur la conception et l'aménagement de l'espace, Ecole nationale supérieure du paysage de Versailles, 2020, ⟨10.4000/paysage.8862⟩. ⟨hal-02906580⟩

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