Since the late 1990’s, the WW2 History Roundtable has organized Spring trips focusing on various battle sites and/or themes for intensive, detailed, expert-guided experiences unique to the European Theatre. Highlights/themes have included:
2022 — TOUR to Luxembourg, Southern Germany, Austria • July 14 – 30, 2022: Luxembourg, Trier, Hammelberg, Rothenberg o.d.T., Nuremberg, Flossenburg, Munich, Berchtesgarden, Mauthausen, and Linz (Itinerary and Details Tour Application)
2021 — No Tour due to COVID
2020 — CANCELLED due to COVID. TOUR to Luxembourg, Southern Germany, Austria • May 21 – June 6, 2020: Luxembourg, Trier, Hammelberg, Rothenberg o.d.T., Nuremberg, Flossenburg, Munich, Berchtesgarden, Mauthausen, and Linz
2019 — TOUR to Normandy • May 20 – June 4, 2019:
Paris, Rouen, Normandy, Cherbourg, Channel Islands, St Malo, Brest, Lorient, St Nazaire, Rennes, Mont St Michel.
2018 — TOUR to Eastern Europe • June 23 – July 10, 2018:
Berlin, Gdansk (Danzig), Wolf’s Lair, Warsaw, Cracow, Auschwitz, Prague.
Itinerary and Details
2017 — TOUR to Netherlands, Belgium, Germany • May 20 – June 5, 2017:
Operation Market Garden, Battle of Arnhem, Fort Eban Emael, Waterloo, Battle of the Bulge, and Hürtgen Forest.
Itinerary and Details Tour Application, Terms/Conditions
2016 — TOUR to Southern France • May 24 – June 4, 2016:
Landing Beaches, Airborne Drop Zones, Greek and Roman Civilization Sites, Avignon, Nime, Pont du Gard, French Resistance Bases.
Itinerary and Details (PDF)
2015 — TOUR to Italy • May 19 – June 3, 2015:
Rome, Salerno, Pompeii, Amalfi, San Pietro, Monte Casino, Anzio, Florence, Tuscany.
2014 — TOUR to Normandy • May 14-26, 2014:
Paris, La Roche-Guyon, American and British landing beaches, airborne landing sites, Cobra battles, Brittany Campaign, Falaise, Memorial Day at the Normandy Cemetery.
2013 — TOUR to Netherlands, Belgium, Germany 10-26 May 2013:
Operation Market Garden, Battle of Arnhem, Fort Eban Emael, Battle of Huertgen Forest, Remagen Bridge, and the Battle of the Bulge
Itinerary, Details, and Pricing (PDF)
2012 — TOUR to England 14-29 May 2012:
8th AAF Bases, London, Bletchley Park, Duxford, Dover, Stonehenge, Roman Baths, Canterbury, D-Day Ports, Churchill’s HQ
8th AAF airfields, Cliffs of Dover, Stonehenge, Portsmouth, Bletchly Park, York, Hadrian’s Wall, Edinburgh, London (CANCELLED due to lack of signups)
Part I: Paris, Normandy, Operation COBRA, St. Nazaire, Mont St. Michel, Brittany Peninsula.
Part II: Reims, Metz, Nancy, Bitche, Operation Nordwind, and Strasbourg/Colmar
Battle of the Bulge, Eban Emal, Remagen, Huertgen Forest, Bastogne
Operation Market Garden, Operation Varsity, Aachen, Cologne, Ruhr, Nordhausen, Potsdam, Berlin
Italian Campaign: Naples, Pompeii, Cassino, Anzio, Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice
Invasion of Southern France, Rhone Valley Campaign, and Alsace Campaign
Market Garden, Remagen, Hammelberg, Nuremberg, Munich, Berchtesgaten
Battle of the Bulge