Horror of the First World War revealed in amazing collection of ‘3D’ stereoscopic images found in an attic after decades

By July 8, 2013March 24th, 2020Newswires

By James Daniel

A Toronto photography studio has stumbled across a stereoscopic camera, and its photographic slides, that captured scenes of World War I in 3D.

The photographs were taken in the trenches, streets, and battlefields of World War I.

The striking images, acquired using a handheld stereoscopic camera called the Verascope and were captured by soldiers in the French army.

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