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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A morning walk with some of the @LegerBattleTour group, following the 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squadron, and then through the culvert that many of the 156th Parachute Battalion withdrew through. pic.twitter.com/nGwDS2D4V5— Scott Brand (@SB_Anzac) 21 July 2019
Peace Celebrations took place in London #OTD in 1919. Here members of the Women's Royal Air Force are passing the Royal Box at Buckingham Palace. King George V is taking the salute. #Peace100 #RAF pic.twitter.com/PMRWsmoWO1— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 19 July 2019
Join us on our Walking the #Waterloo #Battlefields tour as we visit iconic sites from the famous 1815 campaign and discover how the events unfolded.Our specialist guides will ensure your experience is informative, enlightening and unforgettable. https://t.co/kBALA1KfCS pic.twitter.com/QQPmc0v0LU— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 18 July 2019
#OTD in 1944 Operation Goodwood began, the largest British & Commonwealth armoured operation of the Normandy Campaign. Discover more about this, and tanks from D-Day to the Breakout Battles on our Panzers in Normandy #WW2 Tour: https://t.co/McXiVPy3uu pic.twitter.com/n6au2wnmjY— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 18 July 2019
It's #WW2Wednesday! #OTD in 1944 General Bernard Montgomery was in #Normandy decorating men for gallantry including Company Sergeant Major George Calvert, from Sunderland, of 6/Green Howards who received the DCM for bravery at Cristot on 11 June 1944. #DDay75 pic.twitter.com/BMqZU5g2gk— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 17 July 2019
Going to @edfringe this year? Then don't miss this incredibly moving & powerful #BombHappy play about the experience of #WW2 veterans from @YorkWW2DDayVets by @EverwitchTC. They have travelled with us to #Normandy for many years. More details here: https://t.co/aLVjof03ZL pic.twitter.com/75cTfbmSZW— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 15 July 2019