Commemorate the fallen Remembrance Sunday 10/11/19View Armistice Day Tours
Battlefield Tours - Leger Holidays - The UK's Leading Battlefield Tour Operator
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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Today is #ArmisticeDay - at 11am on 11th November 1918 the war on the Western Front came to an end with the signing of the Armistice. Today we remember all those who fell in that conflict, and many since. #LestWeForget pic.twitter.com/08zHkLOwaR— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 11 November 2019
Today is #RemembranceSunday – a day we remember the sacrifice of those who gave their all in two World Wars. Start your journey of discovery today on a #BattlefieldTour of Remembrance >> https://t.co/QEldIPHmmZ pic.twitter.com/58YvFTxbVs— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 10 November 2019
As the largest single #WW2 #Battlefield, the Ardennes is an extraordinary outdoor museum of tanks, #battle sites and memorials. Join our tour to #Belgium as we look at armoured #warfare in the Battle of the Bulge and the German Blitzkrieg in 1940 >> https://t.co/wN2YPfQ2XU pic.twitter.com/x8lE5H5Hp7— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 7 November 2019
It's #WW2Wednesday!— Leger Battlefield Tours (@LegerBattleTour) 6 November 2019
These images of HMS Seraph were taken at Holyhead #OTD in 1944. Seraph took part in Operation Mincemeat, and later served in Normandy, until scrapped in 1962.
Find out more about this side of WW2 on our U-Boat Tour: https://t.co/bRUe4iIEj5 pic.twitter.com/efRqHNj0cY