Trace the events of the pivotal Battle of Normandy as you travel from England to France to gain an in-depth understanding of this monumental military operation and attend official memorial ceremonies.

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 Sculpture of <i>Les Braves</i> at Omaha Beach  British cruiser HMS <i>Belfast</i> at London's Tower Bridge   Exhibit in London's Imperial War Museum. Credit: Mark Phillips/Alamy  Exhibit in the Churchill War Rooms in London. Credit: Alex Segre/Alamy  London's Tower Bridge  London's Trafalgar Square  Sainte Mère Église  German gun emplacements at Pointe du Hoc. Credit: Atout France/R-Cast  German gun emplacement on Omaha Beach  Sherman tank on Utah Beach  Remains of Mulberry Harbor at Arromanches  Beach at Arromanches  The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial overlooking Omaha Beach  Flowers at a grave site, American Cemetery, Omaha Beach.  Credit: David Maher  The Mémorial de Caen with its fascinating D-Day and Battle of Normandy exhibitions

Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

9 days from $6,995

Trace the events of the pivotal Battle of Normandy as you travel from England to France to gain an in-depth understanding of this monumental military operation and attend official memorial ceremonies.

or Call 855-330-1542

Experts

May 31 - Jun 8, 2019 Departure
Steve Mrozek

Steve Mrozek

The former National Historian of the 82nd Airborne Division Association for over twenty years, Steve Mrozek had the rare opportunity to interview many of 82nd’s WWII veterans. Steve is the author and contributor of several books related to airborne warfare and has had an extensive historical museum career.  As a paratrooper himself with over 100 parachute jumps to his credit, he retired from a 26 year career in the Army, which included a tour with the 82nd Airborne in Afghanistan. Steve brings a special insight into the soldiers experience and began leading battlefield tours to tell the stories of those who fought there. Steve will be leading Group D.

May 31 - Jun 8, 2019 Departure
Paul Sanders

Paul Sanders

Dr. Paul Sanders is an Anglo-German historian and leadership scholar with special expertise in World War II. Paul obtained his PhD from Cambridge University and he is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (London). His major published works are "The Ultimate Sacrifice", a book on British Channel Islanders in Hitler's prisons and concentration camps (3rd edition, 2018, first published in 1998), "History of the Black Market 1940-1946" (2001, in French), "The British Channel Islands under German Occupation 1940-1945" (2005), and "Protest, Defiance and Resistance - Channel Islands 1940-1945" (co-published, 2014). He lectures on a broad range of subjects and is currently engaged in research projects on RAF Bomber Command and the Holocaust in Hungary. Previously, Paul served as deputy director of the Central Registry of Information on Looted Cultural Property 1933-1945 and as official historian of the island of Jersey. In 2010 he advised the UK Department of Communities and Local Government in conjunction with the British Heroes of the Holocaust award. One of the accounts he researched for "The Ultimate Sacrifice" was turned into a major film, "Another Mother's Son" (released in March 2017). Paul will be leading group B. 

May 31 - Jun 8, 2019 Departure
Flint Whitlock

Flint Whitlock

Flint Whitlock is an award-winning author of dozens of magazine articles and nine books related to World War II, including two detailing the D-Day operation. He is Editor of WWII Quarterly magazine and a frequent keynote speaker and history presenter. Flint is a former U.S. Army officer and son of a WWII veteran. Flint will be leading Group C.

May 31 - Jun 8, 2019 Departure
Mitch Yockelson

Mitch Yockelson

Mitch Yockelson is a historian well versed in many aspects of U.S. military history. Regarded as an expert on World War II, with a special emphasis on the Normandy Campaign, Mitch is an archivist with the National Archives and teaches military history at Norwich University in Vermont. He is an in-demand lecturer, tour leader, and writer who has published many articles and reviews and four books, including Douglas MacArthur: America's General. Mitch earned his Ph.D. from the Royal Military College of Science, Cranfield University, U.K. Mitch has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times, and has appeared on PBS, “60 Minutes,” and the History Channel. Mitch has served as a Smithsonian Expert on many other Smithsonian Journeys military tours. Mitch will be leading Group A.