Collection of 21 glass slides depicting various scenes from the First World War in France. Images include fox holes, fortification, soldiers in and around camp, and snow scenes.
Some of the slides are numbered and some detail in French location and date descriptions. The individual slides are described below.
1. Alsace Panorama
2. Winter scene
3. La Chillette trench scene
4. Winter trench scene
5. Verdun with horses
6. Trench scene
7. Barricade at Coincy
9. Soldiers eating potatoes
10. Grotte escaraut (cave)
11. Soldiers in a trench
12. Verdun, soldiers in a trench
13. Three men in a trench, 1915
14. Two men standing in a trench, barbed wire above
15. Person skiing
16. Trench scene
17. Entonnoir de mine
18. Bois de Chevreux 10 Apr la Brataille (a scene of devastation in the woods.)
19. Men marching
20. Scene of soldiers sleeping on the ground
21. Horse drawn sleigh
Producers of the slides include Rolland and Co., Le Stereoscopiques de Guerre, Musees, Voyages.
Artistiques Plaques Positives Tons Chauds and
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