Hugh Jordan

History

 

 

History Trails to suit your interests

 

Who was it who said that History is difficult to study because there is more of it every day?  I know that in the time we have been organising study trips the world has changed out of all recognition.  Our first tours to Moscow and to Berlin visited countries called the USSR and the GDR, neither of which exists any more.  Our reason for going then was to look at the history of the first half of the twentieth century, which is still of major importance, of course, but we now also offer tours to cast some light on the period between 1945 and 1992 when Europe was divided into two heavily armed camps.  The WW1 battlefields of the Western Front and the WW2 Normandy beaches remain important in our national memory and our tours to both are based on coach travel from Britain.

Rather than firm itineraries, we suggest visits which can be combined to make up the exact tour content you want.