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World War I
American Doughboys in France 

A three-day, two-night Tour. This tour will focus on the American involvement from June to November 1918. 

Day 1 

 Belleau Wood 
 Aisne-Marne US Cemetery 
 US Federal Monument at Hill 204 
 Visit of the US Interpretive Center 
 Croix Rouge Farm 
 Oise-Aisne American Cemetery and its Interpretive Center 

Day 2 

 US Federal Monument at Sommepy 
 Navarin Farm 
 Bois Brule trenches 
 US Montsec Federal monument 
 Saint-Mihiel US Cemetery 

Day 3 

 Vauquois Hill trenches 
 Pennsylvania monument, Varennes-en-Argonne 
 Kronprinz bunker (German headquarters) 
 Meuse-Argonne US Cemetery and its Interpretive Center 
 Montfaucon destroyed village and the US Federal monument 
 Sergeant York Medal of Honor 
 Lost Battalion  
Somme / Artois / Vimy / Cambrai / Hindenburg Line Battlefields 

 A one to three-day Tour. This tour will focus on the Allies involvement from 1915 to 1918. 

Day 1
Somme 1916 
 Beaumont-Hamel Canadian Memorial Park visit of the Trenches and Interpretive Center 
 Thiepval Wood 
 Thiepval Memorial and Interpretive Center 
 Pozieres and involvement of the Australians 
 South Africans at Delville Wood and visit of the Interpretive Center 
 New Zealanders at Caterpillar Valley 
 Lochnagar Crater 
Day 2 

Battle of Artois 1915 
 Visit of the Interpretive Center, Souchez 
 Visit of Notre Dame de Lorette (Chapel and Cemetery) 
 Tour of the Anneau de la Mémoire (Ring of Memory) 
Battle of Vimy Ridge 1917 
 Vimy Canadian Memorial, visit of the trenches and its Interpretive Center 
Battles of Cambrai 1917-1918 
 Visit of the Battle of Cambrai Interpretive Center including the British Tank of Flesquieres 

Day 3 

 AM Visit of the Historial of Peronne – WWI Museum 
 PM Visit of the Hindenburg Line 
Including the Somme US Cemetery 
Riqueval Tunnel and Bunker 
Riqueval Bridge and trenches 
Maissemy German Cemetery (second biggest WWI German cemetery in France) 
World War II 

Operation “Overlord”, D-Day Landings 

A two-day Tour of Normandy. This tour will focus on the D-Day landings, June 1944
Day 1
 Sainte Mere Eglise (option Airborne Museum) 
 La Fere Bridge 
 Sainte Marie du Mont (101st Airborne) 
 Brecourt Manor (101st Airborne) 
 Utah Beach (4th US Infantry Division) 
 La Cambe German Cemetery
Day 2 

 Normandy American Cemetery and its Interpretive Center 
 Omaha Beach sector (Coleville, Saint Laurent, Vierville) (1st and 29th Division) 
 Pointe du Hoc (Rangers) 
 German battery, Longues-sur-Mer 
 Mulberry Harbor, Arromanches (option visit of the museum) 
Operation “Wacht am Rhein”, Battle of the Bulge 

A two-day Tour of Belgian Ardennes. This tour will focus on the Battle of the Bulge from December – January 1944
Day 1 

 Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery 
 Following the Kampfgruppe Peiper including Malmedy to La Gleize 
 Fraiture Barracks 
 Parker’s Crossroads 
 Grandmenil
Day 2 

 Houffalize 
 Noville 
 Foy 
 Recogne German Cemetery and temporary US Cemetery 
 Bastogne and the Bastogne War Museum 

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Wherever you choose to go on your World War I or II battlefields school tour, your students will learn more about the huge scale of the conflict, the personal experiences of the soldiers and the effect on civilian life in the areas around these battlefields.
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