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With so much at stake on both sides, it was a near run thing, with bravery and treachery in equal measure, and larger-than-life characters on each side. The Vietnam War Starts 6th January 14 days Guide - Dr Gregory Daddis This tour visits some of the most notable battlefields and key locations of the French and American wars in Vietnam, offering sometimes harrowing insights into how both sides fought and lived in the hostile jungle environment. The Vietnam War Starts 8th January 14 days Guide - Pierre Asselin This tour visits some of the most notable battlefields and key locations of the French and American wars in Vietnam, offering sometimes harrowing insights into how both sides fought and lived in the hostile jungle environment.
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Enigmatic Georgia Starts 31st March 14 days Guide - Ian Colvin Georgia is one of the great undiscovered tourist destinations of this century. See the fabulous monasteries and cathedrals that characterise the landscape, history and society of this mountainous country, from the recently finished Sameba Cathedral to the ancient David Gareji Monastery carved into the cliffs. The Holocaust Starts 1st April 7 days Guide - Dr Isabel Wollaston 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.
The Roman Empire's Western Extremity Starts 6th April 8 days Guide - Dr Andy Fear The wealth and peace brought to the former province of Lusitania by the Romans are reflected in the magnificent monuments left for us to admire across the province and their variety allows us to see not just the richness of city life, but also the source of the riches and infrastructure which allowed that life to flourish. 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.
Salonika Starts 26th April 6 days Guide - 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.
In attempting to take Turkey out of the war, the assault on the Dardanelles ended in disastrous failure following a campaign that lasted from April to January Walking The Somme Starts 29th May 4 days Guide - Simon Jones With Guide Simon Jones we walk the countryside of The Somme, combining eyewitness accounts with scholarly insights to gain a deeper understanding of this five-month battle and its impacts.
The English Civil War Starts 29th June 6 days Guide - Col Nick Lipscombe If was a missed opportunity for the Royalists, was squandered in spectacular fashion by the Parliamentarians and Scottish Covenanters who had combined forces at the start of the year to defeat the King. Discovering the Western Front Starts 17th July 5 days Guide - Dr Bruce Cherry Visits to battlefields such as Mons, Ypres, the Somme and Arras will put the whole war into perspective geographically, chronologically, strategically, tactically and technologically.
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Holocaust Landscapes Starts 16th September 7 days Guide - Tim Cole The tour takes in some of the countries occupied by Nazi Germany: Austria annexed into the Reich in ; Czechoslovakia occupied in ; and Hungary which was not overrun until the spring of His dramatic battles and military genius have taught and inspired powerful generals to great effect, including the masterful Emperor Napoleon. The Doughboys Turn the Tide Starts 22nd September 5 days Guide - Dr Bruce Cherry The involvement of the American Expeditionary Force AEF , more affectionately known as Doughboys, is much overlooked and forgotten especially in Britain but during this tour we will explore the ground and hear the stories of their crucial and sometimes heroic contribution to the final victory.
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Operation Mercury Starts 11th October 7 days Guide - Col Bob Kershaw Operation Mercury is the fascinating story of a high risk operation fought across a stunning Mediterranean landscape. We follow these hard fought actions along the dramatic coast lines of Crete.
He swiftly established his innate ability and campaigned in the Mysore and Mahratta Wars, returning to England as a major general eight years late. Austerlitz: Napoleon's Masterpiece Starts 3rd December 4 days Guide - Alan Rooney We spend a fascinating long weekend exploring the whole battlefield, which has changed little over the years, and intermingling with the numerous participants preparing for the spectacular anniversary re-enactment that will be taking place near the actual battlefield.
In early autumn, however, the advance lost steam when logistical lines snapped and Operation Market Garden failed.
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American Civil War: Through the Southern Heartland Spring 15 days Guide - Fred Hawthorne A wonderful 15 day tour which visits some of the most iconic and beautiful Southern cities and countryside in the states of Tennessee, Georgia and the Carolinas. It straddles both sides of the River Meuse, which flows through wonderful scenery and we gain some magnificent views from the dominating ridge lines that surround Verdun. Escape From Elba Spring 8 days Guide - Dr Munro Price After fighting the brilliant yet unrealistic campaign of France during the winter of with his motley force of boys, pensioners and exhausted veterans with much reluctance Napoleon was coerced into abdication and thence banished to the small Mediterranean island of Elba.
America was still not at full capacity industrially and she was still learning on the battlefield. Archived from the original on 9 July Retrieved 26 June Retrieved 3 July Archived from the original on 8 July Retrieved 26 July BBC News.
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