Leger Holidays - The UK's Leading Battlefield Tour Operator
Aftermath of WW1: Learn about the events after the Armistice.
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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An excellent weekend in Ypres to commemorate the armistice. The @LegerHolidays Armistice centenary tour was a great success and I for one felt privelaged to be there and to be guiding around the battlefields on this important weekend. pic.twitter.com/PPenkyN1GN— Spitfires of the Sea (@SeaSpitfires) November 12, 2018
The @LegerHolidays All Quiet on the Western Front group at Tyne Cot Cemetery. A glorious November afternoon - two Old Contemptibles who died in November 1914 - unaware that the war they were told would be over by Christmas was destined to continue for another four years. pic.twitter.com/oj4dAbKgeA— Peter Smith (@PeterSm47530584) November 4, 2018
Couldn't have finished what has been a great day with the @LegerHolidays Armistice Tour any better. At the New Zealand Memorial and watching the sunset over the battlefields. Perfect. pic.twitter.com/ryODeJrJX0— Scott Brand (@SB_Anzac) November 10, 2018
My @LegerHolidays Armistice Tour in Flanders group arrives in Ypres. The calm before the storm the Menin Gate looking serene by flood light guarded by the lions of Ypres. The Cloth Hall now and then. pic.twitter.com/vhixnrORvx— Peter Smith (@PeterSm47530584) November 9, 2018