Dr David Kenyon has had a lifelong interest in military history. A keen horseman himself, he has dedicated many years to the study of mounted combat in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and in the Great War in particular. He is also one of the most experienced Great War archaeologists in the UK and has worked all over Britain as well as in Europe and the Near East. He was the lead archaeologist on the television project Finding the Fallen, and he has contributed to Great War programmes for the BBC and other broadcasters. He is the archaeological director of the Thiepval Wood Great War archaeology project in France, and a consultant to the Seddulbahir Fortress project in Gallipoli.