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Figure 3.1 German women making shells in a munitions factory
Figure 3.4 Graffiti chalked on to shells before firing
Figure 5.1 Map of the Salpa Line
Figure 5.2 Soldiers digging the zigzag shooting trenches of the Salpa Line
Figure 5.3 Marshal Mannerheim at the dragon-teeth line in 1943
Figure 5.4 Typical Salpa Line dragon teeth
Figure 5.5 Civil workers building a typical Finnish wooden dugout
Figure 5.6 Restored shooting trenches at the outdoor museum in Kuhmo
Figure 5.7 Restored shooting trenches at the outdoor museum in Kuhmo
Figure 7.1 Stanchions that supported a tower for an atmospheric nuclear test
Figure 7.2 Single metal pole towers near an atmospheric nuclear test location
Figure 7.3 Electromagnetic pulse tower used in atmospheric nuclear tests
8Missing in action: searching for America’s war dead
9Mapping Cambodia’s ‘killing fields’
11Violent spaces: conflict over the reappearance of Argentina’s disappeared
Figure 11.2 Protests outside the Naval Mechanics School
12Biography of a medal: people and the things they value
Figure 13.1 The Torquay slipways
Figure 13.3 The ruinous control tower on Davidstow Moor, Cornwall
15Historic airfields: evaluation and conservation
18A many-faced heritage: the wars of Indochina
Figure 19.1 Murphy Dome AC&W station, January 1966
Figure 19.2 Modular buildings under construction for DEW Line station
Figure 19.3 Upgraded radar facility at Thule Air Base, Greenland
Figure 19.4 Cobra Dane, Shemya Island
Figure 20.1 Two-storey house on NTS subjected to atomic test
Figure 20.2 Mannequins in test
21The Berlin Wall: an archaeological site in progress
Figure 21.3 The Wall as the end of the world
Figure 22.3 Looking down Horstley Street towards Table Bay, early 1970s
Figure 24.2 The new RUC station on Lisburn Road, Belfast
Figure 25.2 Refugee convoy, August 1947
Figure 25.3 Incident report, October 1947
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Material Culture: The Archaeology of Twentieth-century Conflict

Material Culture: The Archaeology of Twentieth-century Conflict

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Matériel culture encompasses the material remains of conflict, from buildings and monuments to artefacts and militia, as well as human remains. This collection of essays, from an international range of contributors, illustrates the diversity in this material record, highlights the difficulties and challenges in preserving, presenting and interpreting it, and above all demonstrates the significant role matériel culture can play in contemporary society.
Among the many studies are:
* the 'culture of shells'
* the archaeology of nuclear testing grounds
* Cambodia's 'killing fields'
* the Berlin Wall
* and the biography of a medal
*the reappearance of Argentina's 'disappeared'
*World War II concentration camps.
Matériel culture encompasses the material remains of conflict, from buildings and monuments to artefacts and militia, as well as human remains. This collection of essays, from an international range of contributors, illustrates the diversity in this material record, highlights the difficulties and challenges in preserving, presenting and interpreting it, and above all demonstrates the significant role matériel culture can play in contemporary society.
Among the many studies are:
* the 'culture of shells'
* the archaeology of nuclear testing grounds
* Cambodia's 'killing fields'
* the Berlin Wall
* and the biography of a medal
*the reappearance of Argentina's 'disappeared'
*World War II concentration camps.

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