First World War German reconnaissance photographs taken on the Western Front during 1917 and 1918. These include ground level photographs of Lemmerzahl Hof taken from Bayernsass trench and a panorama of the British front line taken from 'Roten Punkt'.
The aerial photographs are both oblique and vertical and cover the city of Lille; the town of Lens; the town of Comines (Komen); Houthem; trenches around Loos; the Lys-Ypres Canal near Comines; the town of Vernik; railway sidings at Godshuis; crossroads at Cheluvelt; forward positions south west of Little Vierstadt; Claus Hof.
Folded piece of grey card on whihc are mounted five black and white photographic prints, four of which form a panorama. The numbers 1 and 2 appear below the prints on the card (handwritten in black ink). On the front cover is a photographic copy of an identifying label written in German. Three official German stamps in purple ink are to be found on the outer folds of the card. One of the ink stamps identifies the unit as Feld-Luftsch. Abtlg. 36.