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Czech Battlefield Archaeology site launched.

Discussion in 'WWII Today' started by GRW, May 5, 2023.

  1. GRW

    GRW Pillboxologist WW2|ORG Editor

    Oct 26, 2003
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    Stirling, Scotland
    Popped up on my FB timeline in one of my groups earlier. Actually looks quite interesting.
    "Allow us to share with you the joyful news that the first website of WW2 Archeology Bohemia, focused on the archeology of the Second World War and the popularization of 20th century archeology in the Czech Republic and abroad, was officially launched today[​IMG][​IMG]
    For a long time we puzzled over the idea of how to inform you as comprehensively as possible about existing researches, whether it is about our modest outputs or the impressive work of colleagues in the Czech Republic and around the world[​IMG]. The last 15 years have given rise into dozens of interesting archaeological projects that have contributed in an interesting way to the enlightenment and knowledge of the biggest conflict in the history of mankind, unfortunately, the public often has no idea about them at all, which we think it is a shame[​IMG]
    We therefore decided to implement a website. Regarding this, we approached Radek Schramhauser and web creator Martin Jač, jacm.cz. The gentlemen put their heads together and produced, in our opinion, a very successful output, which absolutely missed the planned budget, for which we owe them a thousand thanks[​IMG]"

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