Battlefields Of The World

Battlefields Of The World

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Cooper’s Last

To the readers of this web site I wish to introduce (or re-introduce) to you to one of the best qualified battlefield guides in the world – Graeme Cooper.

290bf15I’ve worked with “Coops” on the battle sites of the Western Front the Beaches of Normandy and his speciality Waterloo.  I’ve also walked the battlefields of the South African Zulu and Boer Wars on a “busman’s picnic tour” back in 2010 when we as members of the Guild of Battlefield Guides went to study those battles of 1879-80 and 1899-1902. 

“Coops” is a great fountain of knowledge and the best of story tellers, you can see what he describes before you look at the topography of the battle scene.  Sadly “Coops” will be escorting his last tour in 2018. This will be my great friends last field trip, as we are all putting on the years.  

If you want an exceptional guided Battlefield experience this is one you just can’t pass up !  For further information in Australia – New Zealand or Oceania please make contact with me (Dennis J Weatherall) at Battlefields of the World, by phone (+62 2) 9520 6023 or by email at: battlefieldsoftheworld@live.com

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Tour Preview: 76th Commemoration of the Fall Of Singapore

It is officially here, the preview itinerary of the Commemorative Tour of the 76th Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore, running in February 2018. This is our initial preview and prices will soon be available upon application. You can review the details of this programme here!

To pre-register for this tour or to lodge your expression of interest please contact Dennis Weatherall on dweatherall_eng@bigpond.com

The Liberation of Singapore WWII

On the 12th September this year- 2017, it is the 72nd Anniversary of the Liberation of Singapore from the Japanese occupation that was between the 15th February 1942 to the day the Japanese Commander forcibly surrendered to the British – 12th September 1945.

There are many Australian servicemen still alive today from the terrible day the 15th February 1942 when they were forced to lay down their arms by the British General commanding “Fortress Singapore”. This visit is open to all ex servicemen and women along with their families, children and grandchildren.

This visit will operate between Saturday 9th and Friday 15th September – Battlefields of the World “Liberation” tour covering all the sites where action took place in those WWII days long ago.

The full itinerary will be posted in the next few weeks along with the land only cost, this will allow intending travellers to extend their stay if they wish, or travel pre the tour dates. We’ll also offer an extension to Thailand to enable a visit to the Thai – Burma Railway where many of the military prisoners from Singapore were taken to be forced labor on the Japanese railway, others were sent to North Borneo to build an airstrip. Out of more than 2,400 POW’s sent to Sandakan in North Borneo, only 6 survived to see the Japanese brought to justice.

Available Now: The 2017 Anglo-Zulu Boer War Journey

Battlefield Guide Dennis overlooking Elands River

Join us on our next Anglo-Zulu Boer War  Tour
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Vietnam Re-vistited, 2016, the 50th Anniversary of the Battle Of Long Tan

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Battlefields of the World is proud to announce that our 2016 Programme for the 50th commemoration of the Battle Of Long Tan. We have a fantastic programme covering the Australian Areas of Operation in the South that can be extended to cover further sites relevant to the Vietnam War in the North and then if desired on to Dien Bien Ph.  For more information JUST CLICK HERE!

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Gallipoli Tour Departures with Lt Col Peter Sweeney – Ammendment Notice

Gallipoli Departures escorted & guided by Lt.Col Peter Sweeney have amended costs, due to the decline in the rate of exchange between the Australian and US Dollar since the Gallipoli programme was costed back in July 2014 up until 2nd February 2015. This applies to both the July & October 2015 departures. The new cost for the Land Only on both departures is now AUD 3,850.00 per person share twin. With a single supplement of AUD 575.00 for a sole use room. Airfares are additional to the Land cost and we have many discounted fares available on first class carriers ex Australia to suit your home uplift port and possible stop off ports enroute to or from Turkey and beyond

Kenya & Tanzania Journey April 2015

Kenya & Tanzania Journey April 2015.