Digging Up Plugstreet: The Western Front Unearthed

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Haynes Publishing UK, 2009. dec. 15. - 224 oldal
This is the compelling story of the Australian soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Division who journeyed to England in 1914, and who fought and died on the Western Front during the First World War. Using archaeology as the vehicle for their story, Martin Brown and Richard Osgood follow in the footsteps of the Aussies, from their training on windswept Salisbury Plain to the cheerless trenches of Belgium, where they ‘dug-in’ north-east of Ploegsteert to face the Germans. It presents a unique window into the world of the men who marched away to fight the so-called ‘war to end wars’.

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Martin Brown, MIFA, has been a professional archaeologist since 1988. He works for Defence Estates (MOD) as an Environmental Adviser for Archaeology, and is the team specialist for military archaeology. Martin ias a founder member of the group ‘No Man’s Land’ and has been involved in Great War archaeology since 2000. With the group he has excavated sites in France, Belgium and the UK.Martin Brown, MIFA, has been a professional archaeologist since 1988. He works for Defence Estates (MOD) as an Environmental Adviser for Archaeology, and is the team specialist for military archaeology. Martin ias a founder member of the group 'No Man's Land' and has been involved in Great War archaeology since 2000. With the group he has excavated sites in France, Belgium and the UK.

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