High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! War and Cinema: The
Logistics of Perception, a book by Paul Virilio, discusses the
relationship between image and war technology.Paul Virilio (born
1932 in Paris, France) is a cultural theorist and urbanist. He is
best known for his writings about technology as it has developed in
relation to speed and power, with diverse references to
architecture, the arts, the city and the military.Paul Virilio was
born in Paris in 1932. He grew up in the northern coastal French
region of Brittany. The Second World War made a big impression on
him as the city of Nantes fell victim to the German Blitzkrieg,
became a port for the German navy and was bombarded by British and
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