LINKS

WORLD WAR I

No Man's Land Team:
http://www.no-mans-land.info/
Website from the 'No Man's Land Team'. This group of British archaeologists have already carried out excavations on several World War I sites in France and Belgium. Sometimes together with the Flemish Heritage Institute and the A.W.A.

Durand Group:
http://www.durandgroup.org.uk/
This team is specialised in the investigation of World War 1 tunnels and mines.

World War I in the Westhoek: :
http://www.wo1.be
This website is an initiative from Westhoek vzw. It offers an overview of all the sites, memorials, literature, cemeteries, etc. from World War I. There are also pictures from the excavations of the A19 Project.

WORLD WAR II

Werkgroep Moderne Fortificatie (Simon Stevinstichting):
http://www.geocities.com/wmfanr1/WMF-home.htm
The Simon Stevinstichting has been very active in the research and protection of Atlantikwall bunkers in Western Flanders. On this site you will find more information about some sites and about their association.

Atlantic Wall. From the Belgian Coast to Boulogne:
http://atlanticwallbelgiumboulogne.110mb.com/
Website from Tristan Cools and Robber Toussaint, two Atlantikwall specialists. On this website you will find more information about some sites in Western Flanders and Northern France.

OTHER LINKS

Vlaams Instituut voor het Onroerend Erfgoed (Flemish Heritage Institute):
http://www.vioe.be
The scientific institution of the Flemish Community who has been responsable for the excavations of some important sites and the accompaniment of amateur archaeologists.

In Flanders Fields:
http://www.inflandersfields.be
The place to be if you want to know more about the In Flanders Fields museum in Ypres.

Onroerend Erfgoed:
http://www.onroerenderfgoed.be/
'Onroerend Erfgoed' is the department of the Flemish Community responsible for the protection and the management of monumental and archaeological heritage in Flanders.