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World War Through the Stereoscope

World War I (1914-1918), known at the time as "The Great War", was extensively documented. The 100 images in this boxed set represent the mid-sized collection sold by The Keystone View Company.

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Sarajevo is where the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the archduke of Austria-Hungary happened.
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The Prussian system of military training required that every able-bodied male citizen serve in the army for a number of years.
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In this array of bayoneted rifles stretching as far as the eye can look, one sees the evidence of the spirit of militarism which animated all theā€¦
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French Colonial (Morocco) Calvary in Paris
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The 48th Highlanders of Toronto
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On such ground as this were fought out the first desperate battles during the winter of 1914-15.
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"Mur Tachoffen" Wall in Dinant before which Germans shot many loyal Belgians
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Cardinal Mercier, prince and prelate, fearless soul whom the Germans could not bend, is speaking in the cathedral at martyred Dinant.
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To save time a detachment of men is sent across the river on the ferry drawn up near the opposite bank, while the horses are made to swim.
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In this picture they have wrecked a railway bridge to cut what would otherwise be the route of the supply trains for the French army.

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