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Our ‘Modern Conflict Archaeology’ series is unique. It offers new and challenging insights into 20th and 21st century conflicts and their legacies, from individual experience, to the exploration of entire landscapes, from technology to memorials, and from the First World War to the present day. Each author is a recognized specialist in their field, and the series editor, Professor Nicholas Saunders, is a world authority on interdisciplinary approaches to modern conflict. Above all, this exciting series brings the latest expert research to the general reader in an accessible and engaging style.