Defending Britain: Twentieth Century Defences in the Landscape by Mike OsborneFollowing the recent work by the Defense of Britain Project, this is the first extensive guide to the military structures of the 20th century. It explains both the form and purpose of the structures such as anti-invasion defences, airfields, naval installations, and barracks, all of which are well illustrated. The final section provides the reader with a gazetteer of surviving examples to visit throughout Britain.
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The Defence of Britain Project databases were created from field and documentary work carried out between April and December The purpose of the Project was to record the 20th century militarised landscape of the United Kingdom, and to inform the responsible heritage agencies at both local and national level with a view to the future preservation of surviving structures. Following completion of the Defence of Britain Project in , and using the records it generated, the Council for British Archaeology undertook a study of 'defence areas' in England with funding from English Heritage. This project resulted in extensive revisions and additions to the original Defence of Britain database and it is this revised dataset that is searchable via these pages. Introduction The Defence of Britain Project databases were created from field and documentary work carried out between April and December
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