三不管地帶

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An aerial reconnaissance photograph of the opposing trenches and no-man's land between Loos and Hulluch in Artois, France, taken at 7.15 pm 22 July 1917. German trenches are at the right and bottom, and British trenches are at the top left. The vertical line to the left of centre indicates the course of a pre-war road or track.
An aerial photograph showing opposing trenches and no-man's land between Loos-en-Gohelle and Hulluch in Artois, France, taken at 7.15 pm 22 July 1917, during World War I. German trenches are at the right and bottom, British trenches are at the top left. The vertical line to the left of centre indicates the course of a pre-war road or track.

三不管地帶(No man's land)是指那些尚未被人所佔領的土地,或因為多個國家同時主張在政治上的所有權,基於恐懼或不確定而暫時留待日後裁決的爭議地帶;原本指那些小國之間爭奪的領土以及無人認領之地。三不管地帶常用來形容第一次世界大戰時,兩個交戰國家之間的開放區域[1]

參見[编辑]

參考[编辑]

  1. ^ Coleman p. 268

文獻[编辑]

  • Coleman, Julie. A History of Cant and Slang Dictionaries 3. Oxford University Press. 2008. ISBN 0-19-954937-0. 
  • Persico, Joseph E. Eleventh Month, Eleventh Day, Eleventh Hour: Armistice Day, 1918 World War I and Its Violent Climax. Random House. 2005. ISBN 0-375-76045-8.