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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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West door of the shell-torn Cathedral, Ypres, an insuperable obstacle in the Kaiser's path to Calais

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Ruins of the Cloth Hall, Ypres, an imperishable monument to the dogged persistence of our race

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Irish Farm Cemetery, Ypres, where lie lads who fell in the finest fight against odds in history

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Ground hallowed by British blood, the Potijze Chateau Lawn Cemetery, near Ypres

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Ploughing soil for which he fought midst tragic reminders of the desperate struggle at Frezenberg

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Here rest the lads who fell at Hooge, in holding back the Huns who attacked with liquid fire, Ypres

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Well-known lock gates at Hollebeke, smashed by our artillery barrage in the last Battle of Ypres

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Church at Hollebeke taken in the memorable attack by the Second Army, July 31st, 1917, Ypres salient

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Glencorse Wood, near Hooge, captured after a long and stubborn contest during third Battle of Ypres

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The Australian obelisk built over an unknown German dug-out in Polygon Wood, Ypres salient

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Tyncot Cemetery, Passchendaele Ridge, where 20,000 British fell in storming the Hun block-houses

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Where the Germans first attacked with poison gas, the famous St. Julien advanced dressing-station

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One of our tanks bogged in the all-conquering mud at Poelcappelle, in the final Battle of Ypres

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Houthoulst Forest from where hidden enemy howitzers concentrated their deadly fire on the Ypres salient

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Hope dump, one of many at Ypres, which fed our guns in those obstinate battles against appalling odds

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Dixmude and the Yser Canal, inundated by the Belgians to baulk the enemy thrust for Calais, Oct., 1914

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"India-rubber" house, which resisted all bombardments in the Hun attempt to force the Yser Canal

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Dugouts along the Yser Canal, near Nieuport, scene of our disaster on the Dunes, July 10th, 1917

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Redan Cemetery, resting place of gallant lads who perished in the disaster on the Dunes at Nieuport

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The battlefield of Nieuport, where we hurled back the enemy thrust towards Calais by the seashore

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British front line at Nieuport, made famous by the heroic stand of the Northamptons and K.R. Rifles

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Dugouts in trenches at Nieuport, where the isolated men of Rawlinson's Army stood fearlessly at bay

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Mariakerke shelled by British Monitors in battles which loosened the enemy's hold on Flanders coast

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Built to guard against our naval raids on Ostend, the famous Tirpitz battery, with Hun inscription

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Smashed by bombs from our aeroplanes, a German fortified redoubt protecting Ostend from the sea

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German guns on the Belgian coast protecting their flank against a naval landing by our Fleet

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Caught in its lair at Ostend, Hun submarine sunk by a bomb from our plucky aeroplane raiders

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Marchovlette Fort, Namur, levelled by Hun howitzers in their ruthless smash through Belgium, Aug., '14

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Hun "Big Bertha" which fired high-velocity shells from Moewe into Dunkirk, a distance of 38 miles

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The breach in the Mole, Zeebrugge, made by the daring exploit of the submarine under Lt. Sandford

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