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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine - - TOURISM BATTLEFIELD -

ARCHIVE

IM­PE­RIAL WAR MU­SEUM

a Lam­beth Road, Lon­don

SE1 6HZ t 0207 416 5000 w iwm.org.uk

IWM Lon­don holds ac­counts of the ‘St Barn­abas pil­grim­ages’.

BOOKS

Bat­tle­field Tourism

by David Wil­liam Lloyd Berg, 1998

Lloyd looks at First World War bat­tle­field tourism.

Miche­lin Guide to the Bat­tle­fields of the World War, Vol­ume One

Miche­lin, 1919

You can down­load this book for free from bit.ly/miche­lin-ww1.

Up the Line to Death: The War Poets, 1914–1918

by Brian Gard­ner (ed) Methuen, 1986

High Wood is among the many po­ems in this col­lec­tion.

The West­ern Bat­tle­fields: A Guide to the Bri­tish Line

by Lieu­tenant Colonel TA Lowe GH Smith & Son, 1920 De­spite its age, this re­mains a highly read­able guide.

WEB­SITES

BRI­TISH NEWS­PA­PER ARCHIVE

w british­news­pa­per­ar­chive.

co.uk

Old news­pa­pers are full of sto­ries and ad­verts doc­u­ment­ing the growth of bat­tle­field tourism.

COM­MON­WEALTH WAR GRAVES COM­MIS­SION

w www.cwgc.org

This site fea­tures me­mo­ri­als and ceme­ter­ies at 23,000 lo­ca­tions.

GATEWAYS TO THE FIRST WORLD WAR

w bit.ly/gateways-ww1

This en­gag­ing project ex­plores the his­tory of bat­tle­field tourism.

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