Deposit - Writing the War In the Footsteps of WWII Correspondents

Visit Ernest Hemingway’s Paris and Ernie Pyle’s “Long Thin Line of Personal Anguish” on Omaha Beach with The National WWII Museum’s new tour, retracing the footsteps of the war’s most legendary chroniclers. Guided by best-selling author Donald L. Miller and the words of Hemingway, Pyle, and others, travelers will relive some of World War II’s most significant battles while also visiting some of the world’s most history-rich settings.

September 25 12:00 AM to October 03 12:00 AM
Writing the War: In the Footsteps of WWII Correspondents
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+ Add to calendar 2017-09-25 12:00:00 AM 2017-10-03 12:00:00 AM America/Mexico_City 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130 Deposit - Writing the War In the Footsteps of WWII Correspondents Visit Ernest Hemingway’s Paris and Ernie Pyle’s “Long Thin Line of Personal Anguish” on Omaha Beach with The National WWII Museum’s new tour, retracing the footsteps of the war’s most legendary chroniclers. Guided by best-selling author Donald L. Miller and the words of Hemingway, Pyle, and others, travelers will relive some of World War II’s most significant battles while also visiting some of the world’s most history-rich settings.
Location: 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Join renowned historian and best-selling author Donald L. Miller, PhD, on a journey into some of World War II’s most significant battles, guided by the words of the war’s top correspondents. Stand on Omaha Beach while the words of Ernie Pyle and Ernest Hemingway take you back to June 1944. Contrast the modern serenity of St. Malo with the horrors recorded by Lee Miller during the 1944 siege of the city. Experience Martha Gellhorn’s Paris, and traverse the Huertgen Forest in the footsteps of “Beachhead Don” Whitehead. Along the way, visit six of the most beautiful and historically significant spots in Europe: Normandy, Saint-Malo, Mont Saint-Michel, Chartres, Paris, and Aachen.

For more information on this and other tour offerings, visit ww2museumtours.org.

Cost:
$5,995 per person double occupancy
$7,990 per person single occupancy

Questions? Call our travel experts at 877-813-3329 x 257.

By clicking “Complete My Order” you will pay a $1,000 deposit per person and are officially registering for this tour, however you are NOT paid in full. A representative from our Travel Team will contact you by mail with tour details, a statement of your account (including your online deposit) and payment schedule for this tour. The balance of your registration fees is due no later than June 25, 2017. Our tours fill fast, please pay in full by that date to ensure your spot.

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