I offer a research package

Research

If you wish to discover one’s family history during WW11 specially the Battle of Normandy ,I offer a research package, searching war diaries , morning reports and unit histories, where available along with local archives.

Opération Epsom - ddaylandingtours.com

Opération Epsom

Having launched Operation Epsom on the 26th June 1944, the 15th Scottish division had managed to secure both crossings over the River Odon and the 11th Armoured Division advanced towards Hill 112.

Some photos of the battle fields today

Some photos of the battle fields today

Alot has been written about Goodwood, some photos of the battle fields today.

Operation Goodwood

Operation Goodwood

I have already done a post of the morning of 18th July 1944,Operation Goodwood.

Battle of the Atlantic

Battle of the Atlantic

Probably the most important battle of WW1

Captain Joseph Dawson DSC

Captain Joseph Dawson DSC

Captain Joseph Dawson DSC

An interesting history of the landings of G Company 16th Regiment 1st Infantry Division.

One of the first units to fight it's way inland from Omaha Beach. Along what we now call Dawson's ridge. History courtesy 1st Infantry Division archives.

Inland battlefields of Normandie

Inland battlefields of Normandie

 Few clients visit the inland battlefields of Normandie, it is always a real pleasure to tour the inland sites,

Alexander Benjamin Tomlinson

Alexander Benjamin Tomlinson

In 1940 Uncle Alex turned 18 years old, already working for the Home Guard  and training as a builder , he took the train from Dunfermline to Perth to join the Black Watch Regiment. Queens Barracks, Perth. Scotland’s most famous Regiment

Talk about the D-Day landings

Talk about the D-Day landings

 It was with great honor that I accepted an invitation to give a talk about the D-Day landings and the Battle of Normandy to the Family of Brigadier MacIntosh-Walker,

Memories of Harley Reynolds, Omaha Beach

Harley Reynolds

I could see things were going wrong as we slowed down to go in. Some boats were coming back after unloading, others were partly awash, but still struggling. Some were stuck, bottomed out, racing their motors and getting nowhere. Some were backing up short distances and trying again. ...

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