Remembering the Somme with The Zero Hour Panoramas

One hundred years on from the Battle of the Somme, Jolyon Fenwick took panoramic photographs of the landscape today, before layering them with annotations detailing what happened at each spot. The images were born of two years of research, including using original military maps of the time, first-hand testimony of soldiers who were there and the help of experts in the German defenses. Writing for BJP, Fenwick describes how he created his remarkable testament to a battle that cost 481,842 British citizens their lives.

6 June 2016