A tunnel used during WWI
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Inside a network of tunnels from WWI

Four miles of tunnels which were dug during WW1 in the Somme battlefield are now being excavated by a team of British and French archaeologists.

Four miles of tunnels which were dug during World War I in the Somme battlefield are now being excavated by a team of British and French archaeologists.

Some of them are up to 100ft (30m) below the ground. Robert Hall is in the village of La Boisselle, in France, with the details.

  • 03 Nov
  • From the section Europe