Kitchener’s Camps at Seaford: The Aerial Survey of a First World War Landscape

Author(s): Robert Skinner

Two First World War army camps at Seaford, East Sussex, were identified on 1940s and 1950s aerial photographs during the South Downs National Mapping Programme. The study demonstrated that historic aerial photographs are an important source of information for First World War remains. The survey revealed much of the design, construction and morphology of the camps. The project was part of work for the Institute for Archaeologists and English Heritage Professional Placements in Conservation (EPPIC) in Aerial Survey and Investigation.

Report Number:
Research Department Reports
Aerial Photograph Interpretation First World War Aerial Photography


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