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Exclusive opportunity to participate in post excavation work!

Many unique finds were found during the past excavation season of the Hanko 1941 project and now it´s time to clean, sort and identify all of the goodies.

Between November 16th - 22th 2020 Hangö Sommaruni will arrange a special WW2 battlefield archaelogy course where you can learn about how the unique items are cleaned, conserved and documented so that they can be preserved for posterity.

The work includes both hands on and dirty job with the excavation finds as well as web lectures. The work with the excavation finds is done in the safety and privacy of our Covid 19 free work space at the Cable Factory in Helsinki.

The number of particpants is very limited! Book your spot now and participate in this once in a lifetime Battlefield and Conflict Archaeology course by sending an email to jfarchaeology@gmail.com

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Finnish troops attacking a Soviet held island in the Hanko archipelago in the summer of 1941. Photo SA-Kuva.

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