Matters of Conflict: Material Culture, Memory and the First World War

Matters of Conflict: Material Culture, Memory and the First World WarMatters of Conflict: Material Culture, Memory and the First World War by Nicholas J. Saunders
ISBN: 0415280532
Published by Routledge on August 26th 2004
Genres: Archaeology
Pages: 224

Len's Summary: Fifteen contributors examine the vast material legacy and constantly evolving significance of WWI from trench art to post cards, unexploded ordnance to prosthetic limbs. Saunders wrote a 2002 book on Trench Art for Pen & Sword in the UK.

Trench Art

Trench ArtTrench Art by Nicholas J. Saunders
ISBN: 0850527937
Published by Pen & Sword Books on June 1st 2001
Genres: Art and war, Art metal-work, Found objects (Art), Popular Culture, Soldiers as artists, Art, Criticism & Theory, Subjects & Themes, General, History, Military, World War I
Pages: 192

Len's Summary: The first book we’ve seen on this subject of how front line soldiers passed the time between battles… Look for a review in the WFA newsletter The Field Memo later in 2001.

Killing Time: Archaeology and the First World War

Killing Time: Archaeology and the First World WarKilling Time: Archaeology and the First World War by Nicholas J. Saunders
ISBN: 0750945192
Published by The History Press on April 1st 2007
Genres: Archaeology, Military, World War I
Pages: 256

Len's Summary: Uncovering the artifacts of war in Flanders. Saunders is a reader at the University College London and the author of a work on trench art.

Images of Conflict: Military Aerial Photography and Archaeology

Images of Conflict: Military Aerial Photography and ArchaeologyImages of Conflict: Military Aerial Photography and Archeology by Birger Stichelbaut, Jean Bourgeois, Nicholas J. Saunders, Piet Chielens
ISBN: 1443801712
Published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing on February 1st 2009
Genres: History, Military, General, Photography, Social Science, Archaeology
Pages: 302

Len's Summary: An exploration of aerial photography in World Wars I and II by military historians with the emphasis on The Great War.