WWI Trench Maps and Aerial Photographs: Home Page
France & Belgium:
Aerial Photographs (all scales)
Trench Maps: 1:10,000 scale (preferred by Infantry) and 1:20,000 (preferred by artillery)
Topographic Maps: 1:40,000 scale (preferred by Officers for Planning) printed in 5 colours but with no trenches shown
Topographic Maps: 1:100,000 scale (Planning over large areas) printed in 5 colours but with no trenches shown
Topographic Maps: 1:250,000 scale (Planning over large areas) printed in 5 colours but with no trenches shown
Thematic Maps: various scales (Logistics) showing hospitals, aerodromes, supply dumps, training areas...
Other Theatres of War:
Maps of various scales covering portions of Africa, Gallipoli, The Middle East, The Balkans, Italy, Russia...
View the British Tsetse Fly Map of German East Africa
View the map of the Russian Revolution
View the Ethnographical map produced by the Royal Geographical Society that is believed to have influenced the Sykes-Picot Agreement.
Valcartier camp in Quebec was the primary mustering centre and training base for the First Canadian Contingent in 1914.
The Harold Brownlee Stuart collection:
The Harold Brownlee Stuart collection consists of approximately 40 trench and topographic maps from the Great War.
Trench Mapper is a web-based portal created by The Western Front Association and provides access and download capabilities for trench maps, images, and sketches from WWI.