Killing Time: Archaeology and the First World War

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The Great War of 1914-1918 now stands at the furthest edge of living memory. And yet, hardly a month passes without some dramatic and sometimes tragic discovery being made along the old killing fields of the Western Front. Graves of British soldiers buried during battle - still lying in rows seemingly arm in arm or found crouching at the entrance to a dugout; whole `underground cities' of trenches, dugouts and shelters have been preserved in the mud; field hospitals carved out of the chalk country of the Somme marked with ...

Killing Time: Archaeology and the First World War 2010, The History Press Ltd, Stroud

ISBN-13: 9780752456027

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Killing Time: Archaeology and the First World War 2007, Sutton Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780750945196

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