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Brussels Study area 0 km 100 N As the centenary commemorations of the Battle of Passchendaele approach, this article is a timely demonstration of how archaeology can provide new insights into the landscape of the Western Front. Assessment of over 9000 aerial photographs taken during the First World War, integrated with other approaches to landscape archaeology, offers a new perspective on the shifting nature of the historic struggle around the town of Ypres in Belgium. The results not onlydoi:10.15184/aqy.2016.260 fatcat:7gsumgrfn5gcpacli5mxo26dvu