Our Specialist Guides
Bringing battlefield tours to life
All of Leger’s battlefield tours are accompanied by specialist guides. Their individual in-depth knowledge of warfare will be informative, as well as enhance your overall experience, as they recreate a fascinating perception of the history and factual events of each battle. Discover the actual catalysts for war, the strategies employed and the final, inevitable outcomes, as well as experiencing the emotional human side of the front line.
Our Head Battlefields Guide with a life-long interest in militarty history, Paul has worked on numerous T.V. documentaries.
Lifelong collector with an interest in military history from Roman times to modern day. Lives in Northern France.
Lifelong interest in WW1/WW2 and specialises in Arnhem and Operation Market Garden as well as Dunkirk.
Interest in WW1 and WW2, especially Arnhem as his father fought there. Served in Australian Army, also guides Vietnam tours.
Lifelong enthusiast and collector, he has a remarkable knowledge of WW1 and WW2 battlefields.
Former Airborne Medic, he is an Arnhem specialist and author, and guides both WW1 and WW2 tours.
Works at IWM North and first visited battlefields with her grandfather, a D-Day veteran. Specialises in the Holocaust.
Former Gunner and Police Officer, he has an impressive knowledge of the German Army in WW2 and Tank Warfare.
Retired from the Royal Artillery having served in the Falklands. Specialises in WW2 including Normandy and the Holocaust.
Former soldier who served in the Falklands, he has written his first book on Arnhem and guides WW2 tours.
Former RAF serviceman, with interest in WW1 and WW2. Currently specialising in WW1 and Italian Campaign for WW2.
Former soldier with a passion for WW1 and WW2, has been visiting battlefields for over 20 years and been guiding with Leger since 2006.
Visiting WW1 battlefields for over 30 years inspired by his family who fought at Ypres and the Somme. Specialises in WW1.
Historian and author, specialising in the history of the Holocaust and the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.
Former service with the Royal Military Police, he has written about underground warfare and works as a battlefield archaeologist.
Served in Berlin with Royal Scots Greys and guides a wide variety of battlefield tours from Waterloo to Cold War.
Former service as an infantry officer and extensive experience as a Battlefield Guide with the Royal British Legion.
Former journalist, he lives on the Somme and specialises in WW1, especially war poetry. Author of several books.
Having worked for the Post Office, he has a passion for WW1 and has researched the Post Office Rifles.
Served as a Police Officer and used to take WW1 veterans across to the battlefields. He has guided WW1 tours for over 15 years.
Author with specialism in the Normandy Campaign. He has been guiding D-Day tours since 1998 and has written many books.
Retired Engineer, he guides WW2 tours with a passion for Commando Operations and the Air War over Europe.
Former RAF and Police Officer, he has been visiting battlefields for over 30 years with specialism in WW1 and WW2.
Former Police Officer with lifelong interest in WW1, especially the Somme battlefields which he has visited for over 30 years.
Authority in many fields of military history and specialist in the Peninsular War, Waterloo and Dunkirk and Maginot Line.
After working in adult education, Peter has been guiding for Leger for over 15 years. Specialises in WW1 and Maginot Line.
Served an Army officer, he specialises in WW1 and WW2, and also the Burma Campaign. Former Royal British Legion Guide.