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The Danger Tree: art and augmented reality commemorate the Somme

22 November 2016 by Lynn

Scarlett Raven and Marc Murot

Artists Scarlett Raven and Marc Murot

The Danger Tree was a petrified tree in World War One during the Battle of the Somme. It was the only original tree in No Man’s Land to survive the Battle. During the fighting it was used as a landmark by both sides and its visibility meant that there were a large number of casualties near it.

Artist Scarlett Raven tells us about The Danger Tree, an augmented reality visual art experience currently on display in the Dr Martin Luther King Jnr BuildingRead more…

Somme centenary: the Battle of Ancre

16 November 2016 by Karen O'Rourke

Map

Map of the Battle of Ancre. The red lines indicate the trenches, with the thicker lines showing the British and German front lines on 13 November.

Since 1 July, I have been blogging about some of the significant attacks in the Battle of the Somme involving the King’s Liverpool Regiment. This is the final one of the series. Read more…



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