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Each of the stereoviews has been tagged with the following primary filters Theatre, Subject, Source and Publisher - click on the drop down lists and select any combination of these to limit your selection. In addition, the stereoviews have the following secondary tags, ie. detail that may or may not be present in the image. Include these to refine your selection.

    • Service Arm – make a selection from the drop down list
    • Location - enter a search term in the "search term" box
    • Regiment / Ship - enter a search term in the "search term" box
    • Battle or Engagement - enter a search term in the "search term" box
    • Image Date - enter a search term in the "search term" box
    • Nationality of Combatants - enter a search term in the "search term" box
    • Image ID - enter the ID number to select a specific image
    • Images with Anaglyphs - tick the box to display only those images that have an associated anaglyph

 

For example, if you want to display stereoviews of British combatants in behind the lines scenes from the Western Front do this ...

Select "Western Front" from the Theatre drop down list, select "Behind the Lines" from the Subject drop down and enter "British" in the Search Term field (no quotation marks required). Click on the Filter button and a thumbnail list of your images will be displayed. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger image, more details and add comments.

The Jordan/Ference Collection provides these images free of charge to researchers, collectors, academics, and for personal use with proper attribution (Jordan/Ference Collection courtesy of  greatwarin3d.org); in the case of commercial use please email stereoscope@westernfrontassociation.com.

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Water and mud soaked trenches

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A bombarded church at Maricourt, France

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Howitzer shell exploding in the air

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General View of Ostend from Quay showing the Church of St. Peter & St. Paul

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Front view of Long Max, Moere, about 8 miles from Ostend. Weight, 350,000 Kilos. Shell, 750 Kilos. This gun was used by the Germans to shell Dunkirk

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German dugouts, Nieuport. The Germans built elaborate reinforced concrete shelters, good examples of which are shown

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Big German dugout, Nieuport, solidly built of stone and covered with earth

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Hooge Crater Cemetery

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"Holy Ground," Ypres. "Notice—This is Holy Ground. No stone of this fabric may be taken away. It is a heritage for all civilised peoples. By Order, Town Major, Ypres"

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The Cathedral, Ypres. Destroyed during the bombardment of 1914

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The Old Barracks, Ypres. Subjected to terrific shelling

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The Cathedral, Ypres. The Belgian Government has decided not to rebuild the town, but to leave it as a monument to "German Kultur" and British endurance.

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German howitzer and Cloth Hall, Ypres

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Old Communal Cemetery, Ypres. Many of the monuments have been destroyed, while the large crucifix on raised mound remains untouched

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On the battlefield, Ypres

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Tank and remains, Langemarck

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The Main Road, "Hill 60."

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Shellholes near the Menin Road, with the remains of Menin Forest.

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"Old Bill's" dugout and spade, Menin Road.

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Lomme, near Armetieres. Large concrete blockhouses destroyed by mine

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Neuve Chapelle, near Armetieres. Wrecked street

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"The Better 'Ole," a rough shelter made by Tommy within the British lines, Armentieres

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Church of Notre Dame, Armentieres

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Armentieres. House destroyed by bomb

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The Military Cemetery, St. Jean, Armentieres. Contains graves of British, French, Belgian, and German soldiers

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Another view of the Military Cemetery, St. Jean, Armentieres

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Shrapnel Avenue, leading to Armentieres from Plug Street. The name is significant. A few machine guns could command this long stretch of road

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Plug Street, Le Bizet

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Royal Rifle Brigade Cemetery, Le Bizet

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Hyde Park Corner, Plug Street. One of the warmest spots in the war zone

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