The Devil’s Rope: A Cultural History of Barbed Wire

Like too much rich Christmas food, too many beautiful architecture books can leave you feeling a little queasy. So what better way to sharpen your senses for the year ahead than a cultural history of barbed wire? Barbed wire, or devil’s rope as it was nicknamed in the 19th century, ...

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