The Home Front - Teesside Defences During World War II, by Gary Green

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The Home Front - Teesside Defences During World War II, by Gary Green
The Home Front - Teesside Defences During World War II, by Gary Green

Published by Tees Archaeology in 2006, 32 pages. A5 size Booklet (N4512)

Illustrated throughout with several black and white photographs, this booklet examines the surviving Second World War military and civilian defensive sites and structures in and around the Tees Valley area.
 
From the rear side cover: Military sites, such as pillboxes and anti-tank obstacles, often survive well. By contrast, civilian defences such as the corrugated iron anderson shelters, of which over two million were constructed during the war, are few and far between. This booklet provides a brief history and guide to some of the best surviving sites on Teesside.
 
Condition of the booklet is generally excellent. The covers are clean and bright, the staple spine is  tight and intact, and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound
Condition New