Leger Holidays - The UK's Leading Battlefield Tour Operator
From victory to defeat at Waterloo, uncover the real story of the Emperor Napoleon
Since our first Battlefield Tour in 1997, Leger Holidays has established an unrivalled reputation for both our military history tours and our expert guides, who are all highly knowledgeable, approachable, and really ‘bring history to life.’ For us, it is not just a job, but a passion. And with an ever-expanding range of itineraries specially selected by me and my team of enthusiastic guides, we aim to ensure you get the most from this memorable experience.
Our battlefield tours cover World War 1, World War 2 and other campaigns departing from hundreds of local joining points throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Join us as we remember and ensure that the legacy is never forgotten - Paul Reed: Head Battlefield Guide.
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Siegfried Sassoon is one of the better known #WW1 War Poets. His poems are bitter about the cost of war & the effect it has on ordinary men. Discover more on our War Poets Tour: https://www.legerbattlefields.co.uk/ww1-tours/ww1-war-poets-oh-what-a-literary-war … #WorldPoetryDay— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) March 21st, 2019
On our way down today the @LegerBattleTour team called into Zouave Valley Cemetery near Vimy Ridge. Always good to see some of the isolated @CWGC #WW1 Cemeteries. pic.twitter.com/oj4dAbKgeA— Peter Smith (@PeterSm47530584) March 19th, 2019
Today in 1918 The Kaiser's Battle began; when German troops attacked British positions around St Quentin. The majority of men who died this day are commemorated on the Pozières Memorial to the Missing on the #Somme. Our new 'Battlefield St Quentin Tour' is upcoming for 2020.— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) March 21st, 2019
the @LegerBattleTour then moved across the road to the Dien Bien Phu Military Cemetery were many of the Viet Minh Casualties are buried. Immaculately kept and maintained— Scott Brand (@SB_Anzac) March 13, 2019
At the airport waiting to board before heading out to South East Asia for the @LegerBattleTour of Vietnam. 14 days of military history and the weather forecast is excellent. Perfect.— Scott Brand (@SB_Anzac) March 9, 2019