Feb 10, 2018 · Our World War I: War to End All Wars Tour will explore the most significant sites along the old Western Front, seeing where history was made and discussing the Great War’s terrible consequences.. From 1914-1918 millions of men fought each other across a brutal 475-mile long “No Man’s Land,” that stretched from the North Sea to the Swiss border.5/5(1)
This America in World War I history tour will bring guests to the verdant fields; and villages, towns, and cities where the youth of America made their most indelible mark. We will also pay respect to our allies by visiting the British battle at the Somme and the French at Verdun.
World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium. Hailed as the 'Great War' to end all wars, World War 1 in fact became one of the bloodiest conflicts in history with an estimated 37 million civilian and military casualties combined. Raging on for 4 years, it brought down monarchies and rewrote the map of Europe.
Salonika Starts 26th May 2021 (6 days) Expert Historian - Alan Wakefield This tour visits the battlefields of one of the least visited and much overlooked campaigns of the First World War. Based in the quiet and untouched area of northern Greece and just over the border in Macedonia, the early spring will make for a pleasant, rustic and fascinating tour. find out more and book
Oct 22, 2013 · As at Newfoundland Park, a section of the battlefield was preserved after World War 1. The whole area is scarred by gigantic mine craters, shell holes and trench lines. Our guests are always amazed by just how close together the opposing trenches could be. We visit Vimy on our Battles of 1917- 1918 tour.
Travel to the fascinating World War II Battlefields of Europe and Russia with America's most knowledgeable Tour Guide! Discover the history, visit the locations, and hear the stories of epic World War II battles and the men who fought them; from the D-Day beaches in Normandy, France - to Hitler's Eagles Nest in the Bavarian Alps.
World War 1 Battlefield Tours. When the 19 year old Bosnian Serb student and anarchist Gavrillo Princip, squeezed the trigger of his pistol on 28th June 1914 in Sarajevo, the capital city of the Bosnia-Herzegovina, killing the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, he could not have the imagined the repercussions his actions would have by dragging most of Europe into a war ...