Saunders, NJ; (2002) Excavating memories: Archaeology and the Great War, 1914-2001. ANTIQUITY , 76 (291) 101 - 108.
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The First World War is beginning to receive archaeological attention. This paper highlights the technical, ethical and political challenges, including recovery and re-burial of the multi-faith dead, excavation of battlefield features and volatile ordnance, and incorporating the sensitive management of multi-vocal landscapes as cultural heritage and tourist destinations.
|Title:||Excavating memories: Archaeology and the Great War, 1914-2001|
|Keywords:||First World War, memory, contested landscapes, battlefield archaeology|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Anthropology|
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