"War Horses" - WW1 Battlefield Tour: The real War Horses in WW1

For thousands of years the Horse has been a soldier's steed, beast of burden and companion in war.  In this unique tour Spirit of Remembrance honours the relationship forged between man and horse in the "War to end all Wars".  Come with us to France and Belgium, walk the ground, visit the memorials - and the clatter of hoofs, whinnying of horses and the laughter of the soldiers will echo back to you from nearly a century ago. We wish to bring you a comprehensive itinerary with images and information regarding the places you will visit, so wherever there is a red highlight there is additional information and images.  To learn more about the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemeteries in the area please click here to see an interactive Google map, (you may need to download the maps interface software)

Your guide:    Nicholas Haines     

Dates:             All Year Round

Cost:               £POA


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