In Belgium’s Flanders Fields a team of archaeologists are conducting an historic dig. They are uncovering two World War One trenches — one Allied, one German. This is where trench warfare began, flourished and died in just four short years. Soon, these historic trenches will be paved over by highways and housing developments. But before the bulldozers arrive, a team of archaeologists have just ten days to find and save the weapons, tools and bones.