All told, tens of thousands of Cubans would die because of the reconcentration
The scholarship on reconcentration
has been scant for several reasons.
It also speaks to students of cities interested in changes wrought in the past half-century and which continue to weigh upon the present (urban reconcentration
, neobohemias, gentrification).
The main impetus for the reconcentration
of vehicle assembly in the interior of the country was the fact that nearly all vehicle models were produced at only one assembly plant.
Montesquieu a defendu la separation des pouvoirs, fondement meme de la democratie europeenne, tandis que Sartre se battait contre la reconcentration
des pouvoirs souhaitee par le general de Gaulle.
The Spanish replied on March 31 that they would immediately revoke the reconcentration
order and were willing to consider an armistice, but they categorically rejected the idea of American arbitration.
This may have resulted in the reconcentration
of various heat-producing elements which has made the Cooper Basin such a rich source of geothermal energy today," Uysal added.
There has been a reconcentration
of [rebel] columns in the southeast, along the border," he said.
As moisture from the air goes into the liquid solution, the concentration of glycol will be reduced and reconcentration
becomes necessary to avoid freeze-ups.
Phases of de- and reconcentration
of economic activity alter in the course of development (for a historic overview see Benke 2004), and regional demographic development is a closely interlinked topic.
It can also imply a reconcentration
of the land in a framework of a territorial restructuring where the land is being used by large latifundistas," said Gauster.
Selah Reeve Hobbie Tompkins survived Wounded Knee, fought in Cuba, and married the daughter of a staff officer of General Valeriano Weyler y Nicolau, the inventor of reconcentration
camps just a year or two earlier.