InvasionThis series continues my exploration of mans relationship with the landscape, and how we have a sense of ownership of land. This series depicts the defensive structures that made up stop lines in the United Kingdom that divided the landscape up into fallback positions, for (which was considered at the time) an imminent German invasion during World War II. The pillboxes are often overlooked but clearly illustrate the presence of the War on the home front and not merely on a foreign field, and a desire to protect our land.
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