The Archaeology of the Second World War: Uncovering Britain's Wartime Heritage by Gabriel Moshenska (Hardback, 2013)

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The Second World War transformed British society. Men, women and children inhabited the war in every area of their lives, from their clothing and food to schools, workplaces and wartime service. This transformation affected the landscapes, towns and cities as factories turned to war work, beaches were prepared as battlefields and agricultural land became airfields and army camps.