Matériel Culture: The Archaeology of 20th Century Conflict

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3.1 German women making shells in a munitions factory 24
3.2 Trench gas gong made from empty shellcase, Ypres Salient 1915 29
3.3 Romantic irony: French postcard with a French 75 mm artillery shell 30
3.4 Graffiti chalked on to shells before firing 32
3.5 Trench Art shellcase souvenir: German shell decorated with Flanders Lion motif 33
3.6 Shells as living-room ornaments in a house near Ypres 35
4.1 The Dukla Pass: location map 41
4.2 The Dukla Pass looking south 43
4.3 Part of the war memorial at Svidnik 44
4.4 The coach and car park for the war memorial at Svidnik 45
5.1 Map of the Salpa Line 51
5.2 Soldiers digging the zigzag shooting trenches of the Salpa Line 52
5.3 Marshal Mannerheim at the dragon-teeth line in 1943 53
5.4 Typical Salpa Line dragon teeth 53
5.5 Civil workers building a typical Finnish wooden dugout 54
5.6 Restored shooting trenches at the outdoor museum in Kuhmo 56
5.7 Restored shooting trenches at the outdoor museum in Kuhmo 57
7.1 Stanchions that supported a tower for an atmospheric nuclear test 69
7.2 Single metal pole towers near an atmospheric nuclear test location 70
7.3 Electromagnetic pulse tower used in atmospheric nuclear tests 71
7.4 Wooden benches for observers of atmospheric nuclear tests 72
7.5 The test chamber used in the Huron King underground test 74
8.1 Aircraft wreckage reduced to scrap after scavenging 83
8.2 Field site featuring 'hanging grid' 84
9.1 Example of a stupa at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum 92
9.2 Map of Cambodian genocide sites 94

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