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Welcome to Battlefield Anomalies!

This site has been quiet for some time owing to other commitments. I hope to be able to add new articles and photographs during the coming months.

Battlefields are disappearing at an alarming rate; even those which are/were in reasonably good condition with regard to preservation are still threatened by the onward march of progress. This site is aimed, above all else, to gathering and recording as much information as possible on battlefield sites the world over. If you are interested in preserving a record of any site in your country or area please send any details to me so that I can attempt to bring them together in order to compile a battlefield database. We may not be able to save everything, but what can be saved, I am sure, will be of the utmost value to potential battlefield ramblers and military history students of future generations.

Graham J.Morris. 
March 2012

 

The content of this site including many pictures and photographs is available as a 500 page hardback book. Support independent publishing: Buy this e-book on Lulu.

 

 

 

The table below lists the main sections, most recent published first. If you would like a printable copy, please contact the author.

 

If you have enjoyed this site, you may also enjoy Museum of Military History in Vienna  and  John's Military History Pages.

I would like to thank the many enthusiasts who have helped with this site including:

  • Albion Swords Ltd. for their permission to use the helmet in the Caradoc article;

  • Jon Townsend for the photograph of the tricorn hats Fontenoy article;

  • Sam Francke for the excellent DeKnop program used to generate some of the buttons and artwork for this site;

  • Many thanks to Prof. Dersch for the excellent Panotools used for generating the interactive panoramic photographs in the Malplaquet article.

 

Graham J. Morris
25 Mar 2014

 

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