Leger Holidays - The UK's Leading Battlefield Tour Operator
D-day Landings in Normandy: Take a truly emotive journey of remembrance and discovery
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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Did you know that on this day in history Anne Frank and her family were captured by the Nazis? Take an in-depth look at the dark history of the #Holocaust on this #WW2 tour. https://t.co/7O6N0Egfoj pic.twitter.com/hNsuER0A57— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 4 August 2019
#OTD in 1914 Britain declared war on Germany and the Great War began. The British Expeditionary Force was mobilised and men like these soldiers of the Royal Sussex Regiment - Old Contemptibles- went to war. Discover more on our Old Contemptibles tour: https://t.co/xhO3D6I7FO pic.twitter.com/hBxfCBJpdj— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 4 August 2019
Do you have a favourite #war #film? What would you recommend to a friend? With so much choice out there, everyone has their go-to films and we’re interested to hear yours! 🎥📺 pic.twitter.com/jB1TtS6Xkr— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 2 August 2019
It's #YorkshireDay - we pay our respects to the men & women from #Yorkshire who served in #WW2. Including these three veterans from York: Ken Cooke, Ken Smith & Bert Barritt, all members of @YorkWW2DDayVets who have travelled to Normandy with us over many years. pic.twitter.com/Mqiwc2jYO9— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 1 August 2019
Today marks the anniversary of the beginning of the Third Battle of Ypres – a #WW1 battle renowned for its number of casualties and amount of mud. Discover more about this campaign on our ‘They Called It Passchendaele’ tour. #BattlefieldTour #Ypres https://t.co/DJdhHa35wC pic.twitter.com/Px479sj274— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 31 July 2019
It's #WW2Wednesday! This amazing colour (not colourised) image from @I_W_M shows Wing Leader 'Johnnie' Johnson DSO with two Bars & a DFC with Bar, in Normandy on this day in 1944, with his dog 'Sally'. By 1944 he was the RAF's top-scoring fighter pilot in NW Europe. pic.twitter.com/t9lnG5JdqJ— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 31 July 2019