Scheduled World War 2 Tours
Each WW2 tour is distinctive and will resonate at different levels – and wherever possible we combine our battlefield tours with visits to important cultural sites en route.
What all these tours have in common is that the events they describe took place within a generation and many of those participating will have relatives who fought or died in the locations we visit – which makes these battlefield tours all the more realistic and poignant. We encourage those with family connections to bring the stories with them and share them with other participants – thus ensuring a ‘living history’ experience.
All of our forthcoming Scheduled World War 2 Tours are listed below.
The Battle for Berlin was the decisive action that eventually bought an end to the war in Europe. The tour will focus on the fierce and bitter action from the point when the Red Army crossed the Oder River into Germany to the eventual fall of Berlin. find out more and book
This tour has taken highlights from five successful and meticulously researched books, and tells the human story of D-Day and beyond through the eyes of the British, American and German soldiers who fought these desperate battles. find out more and book
This tour follows the Market Garden Corridor through the eyes of soldiers, we will learn precisely why this campaign became a 'Bridge too Far'. find out more and book
Some six million Poles died during the Second World War, half of whom were Jews murdered in the forests in the east of the country or the death camps set up after the German occupation. find out more and book
We shall examine the four battles for Cassino, through the mountains which, while spectacularly beautiful now, saw the death of so many of both sides during the fierce battles in an unforgiving Italian winter. We will visit the scene of the Anzio landings, and ask whether it could, as intended, have brought an end to the campaign. find out more and book