Table of Contents

Series Introduction: Material Culture and Modern Conflict.
Series Editors' Preface.
Introduction: Conflict Landscapes and Archaeology from Above.
1 The Archaeology of World War I in Comines-Warneton (Belgium) through Aerial Photographs and Proximal Soil Sensing.
2 Bellewaarde Ridge (Belgium): Survey of a World War I Landscape.
3 Contested Landscape: La Boisselle and the Glory Hole.
4 World War I Remains in Scotland: Aerial Photography as Heritage 14 A Cold War Conflict Landscape in the Borderlands of West Bohemia.
15 'Anzac from the Air': Re-imagining the Australian War Memorial's Gallipoli Aerial Collection.
16 Italian World War I Aerial Photographs for Landscape Study and Public Engagement.
17 The Aerial Perspective in a Museum Context: Above Flanders Fields 1914-1918.
Index 5 Protecting the Home Front: Understanding and Conservation of Twentieth-century Conflict Landscapes in England.
6 Airborne Laser Scanning and the Archaeological Interpretation of Ireland's World War I Landscape: Randalstown Training Camp, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
7 Aerial Perspectives on Archaeological Landscapes: The Anzac/Arıburnu Battlefields, Gallipoli, Turkey.
8 Landscapes of Death and Suffering: Archaeology of Conflict Landscapes of the Upper Soča Valley, Slovenia 9 The 'Gas-scape' on the Eastern Front, Poland (1914-2014): Exploring the Material and Digital Landscapes and Remembering Those 'Twice-Killed'.
10 Remembering Uncertainty: The World War II Warscape of the Australian Northern Territory.
11 World War II Conflict and Post-conflict Landscapes in Northwest France: An Evaluation of the Aerial Photographic Resource.
12 Mapping Unexploded Ordnance in Italy: The Role of World War II Aerial Photographs.
13 Erased Landscapes: Conflict, Memory and Post-World War II Landscape Transformation in Western Poland