A series of four guidebooks to help you discover Suffolk's Second World War archaeology and appreciate and enjoy the physical remains of the conflict that still lies in the county's countryside.
Three guides examine the anti-invasion coastal defences, built principally in 1940–41, while the fourth examines the stop lines constructed during the same period.
The guides were created as part of the Interreg IV-funded Second World War Heritage project and research and published by Dr Robert Liddiard and Dr David Simms, University of East Anglia.
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