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Strongly recommended. Modern research methods - archaeological, historical, and forensic - have transformed our view of the past. This is especially true of the history of the Great War.
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In this, the first comprehensive survey of this exciting new field, Andrew Robertshaw and David Kenyon introduce the reader to the techniques that are employed and record, in vivid detail, many of the remarkable projects that have been undertaken. They show how archaeology can be used to reveal the position of trenches, dugouts and other battlefield features and to rediscover what life on the Western Front was really like. They show how individual soldiers are themselves part of the story, for forensic investigation of the war dead is now so highly developed that individuals can be identified and their fate discovered.
The film records the most disastrous day in the history of the British army - 1 July It had a huge impact when it was shown in Britain during the war. Since then images from it have been repeated so often in books and documentaries that it has profoundly influenced our view of the battle and of the Great War itself. Yet this book is the first in-depth study of this historic film, and it is the first to relate it to the surviving battleground of the Somme.
The authors explore the film and its history in fascinating detail. They investigate how much of it was faked and consider how much credit for it should go to Geoffrey Malins and how much to John MacDowell. They use modern photographs of the locations to give us a telling insight into the landscape of the battle and into the way in which this pioneering film was created.
Their analysis of scenes in the film tells us so much about the way the British army operated in June and July - how the troops were dressed and equipped, how they were armed and how their weapons were used.