Trench Maps of the Great War
As used by Fergal Keane on the recent
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, Great War Digital have launched two new DVDs of LinesMan trench maps.
Or if you are looking for easy mobile use of GPS enabled WW1 Western Front trench maps see our LinesMan2Go page where you can purchase a fully functioning tablet preloaded with over 800 geo-referenced digital images of British 1:10,000 scale trench maps - just switch on & go!
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Battlefield tour guides, schools, museums, as well as individuals are purchasing LinesMan and finding it to be an invaluable tool for studying the Great War, planning trips to the battlefields of World War One and for use on a mobile device whilst traversing the Western Front. LinesMan has also proved useful in the research and recording of TV programmes relating to the First World War.
Feedback on LinesMan:
Just to say that we tested LinesMan around Ypres last weekend, and what a great experience it was! Worked perfectly, it adds a whole new perspective when visiting the frontlines...
My guests on the front tour were amazed: LinesMan is a big
plus to my battlefield guiding activities!
I was very impressed with the 'Samsung' LinesMan2Go which was excellent throughout and easy to use. It really does help to enhance the tour and negates the need to take loads of printed out trench maps.
Not just a simple archive of trench maps, Linesman could be
described as an 'interactive archive'.....For any serious student of the Great
War, military historians, researchers, tour companies, regimental archives,
local history researchers, etc etc, this product is an absolute must.
Tonie & Valmai Holt
"...LinesMan is an absolutely fantastic product ..."
"...this has been my best purchase for many years!..."
"...it's a great product, I would be lost without it..."