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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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Belgian stretcher bearers carrying a wounded comrade through the trenches at Dixmude

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H.R.H. The Prince of Wales discusses cinematography with Dr. H.D.Girdwood

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Notre Dame, Armentieres, a mute witness to desperate fighting in '14 and critical days in Battle of Lys

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On the eve of a great battle, squadron of aviators reconnoitre, map and direct the artillery fire

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Over the German lines, showing deep trenches, mine craters and shell pitted ground

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The shattered ruins of Albert, lost and retaken in critical days of the great German offensive

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Australian drivers galloping up to move the guns to forward positions during battle for Le Transloy

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The battered Sugar Refinery at Le Transloy taken by the Australians at the point of the bayonet

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With dogged courage we overcome stiff resistance and break the Hun lines from Epehy to Belicourt

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11 inch shells abandoned by the Germans in their headlong flight across the Rhine

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Fleet of murderous U boats, the greatest menace that ever faced our Empire, surrender at Harwich

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Artillery in the great Victory March of the Empire Forces crossing Westminster Bridge

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Beach W, a Turkish death trap, rushed by indomitable Lancasters under a tornado of fire, unloading stores

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Protected by the big guns of the Navy, the Australian camp at Anzac 'neath the bleak commanding hills

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Having consolidated the surrounding ridges against attack, the Anzacs land supplies near Gaba Tepe

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Where the Anzacs dug themselves in on the shelter-less slopes of barren hills exposed to enemy fire

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Sinews of war at Anzac for attack on Lone Pine and Sari Bair in final bitter struggle for The Narrows

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Landing stores at Sedd-ul-Bahr, fearlessly taken up by the Hants and Fusiliers under a hurricane of shell

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Gaba Tepe, famed for exploit of the Anzacs who leaped ashore and drove off the Turks with the bayonet

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On the inhospitable shores of Gallipoli

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Trenches on the crest of Lone Pine resolutely held against many violent counter-attacks by the Turks

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Miles of entrenchments running up the hillsides to our fortifications on the ridges near Anzac beach

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Casualties on the slopes of Sari Bair after our repulse of furious enemy assaults on the ridges

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Horse and mules lines near the front line, Dardanelles

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Lord Kitchener reviews the situation at Gallipoli with Anzac Officers

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Fire! Field batteries in action at Sulva Bay, Gallipoli

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Transport with the 'Old Contemptibles' from India meets man-of-war in the Mediterranean

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Sir John French riding with his aide-de-camps and escort of Indian cavalry

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Army Corps H.Q. of Sir Douglas Haig hit by German shells in 1914, several of his staff being killed

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Leicesters parading before proceeding to the front line trenches

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