A pilot project into the methodology of recording the legacies of First World War sites, using the Lea Valley, (Essex and Greater London) and Staffordshire as trial areas. The pilot was commissioned by English Heritage from Bristol and York Universities.
This report covers the context and physical remains of the East Coast War channels that were established in the First World War and used again in the Second World War to attempt to provide safer routes for shipping providing vital supplies for Britain.
Presents an illustrated history of the development of military defences on the Suffolk coast using data collected as part of the English Heritage national survey. This survey included examination of modern and historic aerial photographs.
Twentieth Century Military Recording Project. For the purposes of this report a Prisoner of War camp will be any site or building that has been used to house military prisoners captured by the Allies and which appeared in the numerical listing system used by the British authorities.