David Miles writes in Archaeology Worldwide #7
Reflecting on the legacy of the Great War, and its lessons for today's world, David Miles (author of The Tribes of Britain and former chief archaeologist at English Heritage) travels to northern France to pay homage to some of the most significant war monuments.
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Image: French poilus (soldiers) pose for the camera in a trench at Haut-Rhin, France, 16 June 1917.
Credit: Paul Castelnau