No Man’s Land: The European Group for Great War Archaeology

Logo No Man's LandThe digital portal No Man’s Land: The European Group for Great War Archaeology has been created by a group of archaeologists who have excavated since 2003 a number of trenches at the Western front from the First World War. Campaigns have been held for British, French and German trenches, not only in France and Belgium, but also for example training trenches on Salisbury Plain. The original project was an excavation in Auchonvillers, nicknamed Ocean Villas. For some of the projects you can download PDF’s with excavation reports, in particular for Serre, Hamel, Ploegsteert (with a separate website on Plugstreet) and the Hohenzollern Redoubt at Auchy-lès-Mines.

No Man’s Land: The European Group for Great War Archaeology

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