Apports récents du diagnostic à l'archéologie de la Seconde Guerre mondiale : quelques exemples et réflexions pour la région Normandie

Abstract : Since 2014, World War II archaeology occupies a leading place in French historical research, quite specially in Normandy where numerous war remains were brought to light on the occasion of recent archaeological surveys. The DRAC of Normandy also undertook the inventory of Atlantic Wall’s remains. However, the excavation are still too rare, in spite of the patrimonial, historic and anthropological potential that offer these traces of the conflict. It is thus necessary today to lead a reflection about new questionings and interdisciplinary methods intending to develop the study of these research materials, still little familiar to the archaeologists, and to reveal their meaning with regard to the long history of human behavior.
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Vincent Carpentier, Benoît Labbey, Vincent Tessier, Bruno Aubry, Michel Besnard, et al.. Apports récents du diagnostic à l'archéologie de la Seconde Guerre mondiale : quelques exemples et réflexions pour la région Normandie. Le diagnostic comme outil de recherche, David Flotté; Cyril Marcigny, Sep 2017, Caen, France. ⟨10.34692/wyd6-np90⟩. ⟨hal-02446936⟩

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