Archaeologists ukFrom 1915 to 1919, more than 1,500 men were held in the camp before it was dismantled after the war and the site swallowed up by nature.  Today, all that remains of more than 50 wooden blocks are the concrete pillars that they stood on and the foundations of the toilet block. Dr Gilly Carr, a senior lecturer in archaeology at Cambridge University, and colleagues from Liverpool and Bristol universities, have been working at Les Blanches Banques site of special interest since Monday. Read More