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    Full Access Subscription – All Live & On Demand Tours

    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Get all Tours!

    With Full Access, you can stream all our On-Demand tours at any time. Of course, you also have access to our latest live tours. You can join all our weekly live streams and view our short format mini virtual tours before anyone else. This means, regular new content on breathtaking historical battlefields both Live and On-Demand. You can interact with the tour guides via our chat and ask all your questions about military history.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    December 14, 2021

    Thanks for the Great Tours Guys!

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    Linus
  • Live Tour: Le Hamel – Western Front – 1918

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    Monash, believed by some Australians to be the man that changed the course of the War.  But did he?  His crowning glory was the attack at Le Hamel on 4 July 1918.  He predicted it would be over, done and dusted in 90 minutes.  He was three minutes out.  The battle was over, done and dusted in 93 minutes.  It was an outstanding achievement, applauded by the King and Field Marshal Haig.  And, there is no getting away from it, it was an astounding achievement.

    Come and join us to plot Monash’s route to success, view the battlefield, and find out if Monash really was the man that changed the course of the war.

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  • Live Tours: Waterloo The Battle for Hougoumont – 1815

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    In June 1815 Napoleon Bonaparte, having escaped from the Island of Elba, was once again Emperor of France. Having left a trail of bloodshed across Europe for years, the major powers of Europe took the unique step of declaring war, not on a country, but on the country of France but the man himself. Determined not to allow the Emperor to marshal his forces, several major armies converged on France with the intention of combining and attacking the Grand Armee before it could fully reform, but, not for the first time, Napoleon was already on the March.

    Surprising combined allied forces under the Duke of Wellington and Prince Blucher, the French forced the Armies apart, eventually bring the larger part under Wellington to what would be a decisive engagement near the little known village of Waterloo. What followed was, in the words of Wellington himself, ‘the nearest run thing you ever saw in your life’.

    This virtual tour will take us back over 200 years to the fields outside Waterloo to explore the actions of that day and focus on the pivotal engagements around the Farm of Hougoumont, upon which the fate of the entire battle rested.

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    Rated 4 out of 5
    April 2, 2022

    Well told. Very graphic.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    November 14, 2021

    Outstanding

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    Stuart Hulley
    Rated 5 out of 5
    October 30, 2021

    Fantastic! Their story starts on Elba, ends @ Hougoumont with the battles on Hougoumont the main feature. I thought this review did a great job of helping me understand the entirety of the events of Waterloo and used a wonderful mix of video of how it looks today, how it might have looked in 1815, etc. To see the battlefields and regiments and lines of attack while the story progresses really helps one to understand what was going on. I highly recommend this video.

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    Eric Smedberg
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    Rated 4 out of 5
    October 27, 2021

    Good but too, many fables like Scots soldiers hanging onto stirrups as the Heavy Cavalry charged.

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  • Live Tour: Belleau Wood – The Doughboys at War – 1918

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    By June 1918 the tide of the First World War was turning. Germany’s last great gamble to knock out the allies that spring was failing and all along the line allied resistance was hardening.

    One of the last major attacks to be launched fell on positions occupied by relatively experienced US Army and Marine units alongside their French allies around a little-known area close to the Marne river – Belleau Wood. Over the course of three weeks an incredibly bitter fight raged which saw huge casualties on both sides as well as remarkable acts of personal gallantry.

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  • Live Tour: Battle of the Ancre – The Somme – 1916

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    By November 1916 the famous Battle of the Somme had slowed to a crawl with British, French and German troops exhausted after months of brutal fighting in rain-soaked and shell-torn battlefields. Some of the areas being fought over had been planned to be captured as far back as July 1916 but the skilful and stubborn German defenders had kept them ever since. The last great action of that infamous campaign was to be fought astride the river Ancre in an area where some of the most ferocious fighting had taken place. It was here that the British would make one final push, armed with knowledge and experience gathered at such cost throughout that year.

    This virtual tour will focus on the story of just two divisions either side of the Ancre river itself, the 39th, who were to attack from the famous Schwaben Redoubt to conquer the shattered remains of St Pierre Divion, and the 63rd Royal Naval Division who would advance on the north-side of the river towards the village of Grandcourt, with decidedly mixed success.

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  • On Demand Tour: Agincourt – Hundred Years War – 1415

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    Description

    In the wet autumn of 1415 a ragged, dysentery ravaged English army, led by their 28 year old king, stared across a soggy field near Agincourt. Facing them was a French Army several thousand men stronger and led by the flower of Europe’s knightly class.

    Despite numerical superiority and home turf advantage, within just a few hours some 6,000 Frenchmen lay dead or dying in the mud and blood of Agincourt; felled by bodkin tipped arrows, cut down by sword, mace and axe, or skewered by an archer’s bollock dagger.

    The Battle of Agincourt was a dark day for France but a foundation moment in the annals of English nationhood. Immortalised in William Shakespeare’s Henry V, and countless adaptions since, this tour will unmask the battle as a brutal brawl, far removed from the speeches and pageantry of film and theatre.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    May 30, 2022
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    Roger Taylor
    Rated 5 out of 5
    May 29, 2022

    Superb. Further medieval/ancient battle tours please.

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    Mickn4
    Rated 5 out of 5
    May 28, 2022

    Really good tour on Azincourt. Thanks

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    Paul Sadd
    Rated 5 out of 5
    May 26, 2022

    Great tour. Brought the times alive and what it must have been like.

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    Stephen Cook
    Rated 5 out of 5
    May 24, 2022

    Fabulous as always, having visited the battlefield a few years ago this tour brought alive the terrain we’d seen in a way i’ve not experienced before – thank you!

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  • On Demand Tour: Talavera – Peninsular War – 1809

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    Fought on 27-28 July 1808 on parched plains and hills just 75 miles from Madrid, the Battle of Talavera saw Sir Arthur Wellesley and his Spanish allies take on Prince Joseph Bonaparte’s veteran columns – in a bid for the Spanish capital.

    This was the first major pitched battle in which Wellesley used all of the battle winning tactics the world would see time and again throughout the Peninsular and at Waterloo. But it was far from a decided outcome when the French forces advanced, drums beating, standards waving up the steep slopes of the Cerro de Medellín. On the 28th July some 45,000 Frenchmen were concentrated towards a thin red line of British infantry, just 20,000-strong. Could they stand?

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    February 6, 2022

    Great tour, clearly presented. Excellent use of LIDAR, first hand accounts, drone footage and digital mapping to give the lie of the land and understand strategic objectives and tactical movements alike.
    I’ve done a fair bit of surveying in my time so it would be interesting to know if any plans of the area were available to the Commanders and, if so, who prepared them? We had a couple of shots of fairly detailed looking maps, possibly prepared after the battle and wondered if they were sketches or properly surveyed.

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    Dave Clark
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    Rated 5 out of 5
    February 6, 2022

    The detail & pace keeps you absolutely absorbed – & the graphics – annotated google earth, obliques & drone shots together with chosen audios just made the story come to life.
    Must go & check all my books for outstanding questions and issues that get thrown up by such a wonderful session. Thanks Gareth & Alex
    PS: there’s way too much to watch to do any chat. That ought to be used more for post-tour interaction.

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    Andy Mullen
    Rated 5 out of 5
    February 6, 2022

    Fabulous as always. Very enlightening especially since this was less well known on my part.

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    cola757
    Rated 5 out of 5
    February 6, 2022

    Very great detail from Alex

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    Rory O' Mahony
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    Rated 5 out of 5
    February 6, 2022

    First class tour. Excellent explanation of a complicated battle. Well done. More Peninsular battles please!

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    Steve Bolingbroke
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