Cropmark of Stoke church Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Worked flint Bronze Age burial at Eriswell Framlingham castle from the air Pottery vessels in situ at Leiston Flint tool from Southery Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Cropmarks in Stoke-by-Nayland

Second World War Archaeology Guidebooks

‚ÄčAs a part of the Interreg IV-funded Second World War Heritage project, project partners Dr Robert Liddiard and David Sims from the School of History at the University of East Anglia have researched and published a series of four guidebooks to Suffolk's Second World War archaeology. Together they help readers to discover, appreciate and enjoy the physical remains of that conflict that still lie in the county's countryside.

Guides 1, 2 and 3 describe the pillboxes, batteries and other anti-invasion defences which once stood on the Suffolk coastline. Guide 1 covers Lowestoft to Southwold, Guide 2 covers Walberswick to Aldeburgh and Guide 3 covers Orford to Felixstowe. Guide 4 describes the interior defence lines constructed during the same period.

PDFs copies of each guidebook can be downloaded by clicking on the covers below.

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