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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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The devastated village of [Hulluch] abandoned by the Bosche in favour of our Guards. Battle of Loos

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German concrete observation post near La Bassee knocked out by a direct hit from our heavy guns

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A devastated village. Le Bassee after the Germans had left it

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Desolate La Bassee, where scarcely one stone is left standing upon the other

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Where the Flower of our Army hurled back the Prussian Guards, Beury Chateau, Festubert

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Where the Flower of the Army lie, the Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Festubert

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The old front line near Festubert, where we held up all Hun attempts to break through to Bethune

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Bethune, on which the Germans turned their 42 cm. howitzers--the belfry, still standing

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Grande Place, Bethune, set on fire by Hun artillery after all attempts to break our lines were defeated

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The Cemetery, Dud Corner, Bethune, so called from number of Bosche shells which failed to explode

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Searching for souvenirs in the shell-pitted ground around Laventie Church

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Shell-riddled church at Richbourg: a mute witness to the Huns' disregard for sacred places

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The High Altar amid the ruins of the shell-wrecked Richbourge Cathedral

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How the Germans devastated France. Lille, a once prosperous manufacturing town

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All that was left of his old home. A corner of Lille which suffered severe bombardment

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Evacuated after terrific bombardment by gas shell during Battle of Lys. Armentieres--St. Vaast Church

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British blockhouses, constructed for the defence of Armentieres, overwhelmed in Battle of the Lys

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The lake in the mine-crater where once stood the formidable Hun salient of Messines Ridge at Ypres

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Kemmel Hill, for whose dominating heights British, French and Germans fell in mortal combat, Ypres

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Testifying to the furious Hun assaults on Kemmel Hill, April 1918, the destroyed chapel on the summit

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A comprehensive view of the whole of the cruel salient of Ypres as commanded from Kemmel Hill

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Battered but still standing, the 17th Century Abbey towers. Mont St. Eloi, Ypres salient

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The tunnel dug in laying the mine under Hill 60, fired April 15th, it began the second Battle of Ypres

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Molen Dump, near Hill 60, where ammunition was ingeniously concealed from Hun airmen and gunners

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Battlefield of Klein Zillebeke, where the Worcesters immortal charge saved civilization Oct. 31, 1914

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9th London Memorial on Hill 60, levelled by our mine, taken and retaken in desperate fighting

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A favourite Hun target, the riddled Crucifix at La [Clyte], Ypres, every scar a reproach to Hun "Kultur"

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In the region of three great British battles, the old Café Belge at the cross-roads near Ypres

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Battle-scarred Ypres, from the ramparts where British troops held the Gateway to the Channel Ports

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Menin Gate and Canal, Ypres, heroically held against the Kaiser's finest troops throughout the war

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