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Battle Guide Virtual Tours

Since 2020, I have been working for Battle Guide Virtual Tours to create new ways to experience the French Battlefields. Both Live tours and On-Demande are available to purchase.

Juno Beach Normandy Virtual Tour by Romain Bréget

Juno Beach - 8th Brigade landing

On the morning of Tuesday 6th June 1944 as the daylight broke, the men of the Canadian 3rd Infantry Division were about to touchdown on to the Normandy coastline. The sands at Courseulles-sur-Mer and Bernieres-sur-Mer will now be forever known as ‘Juno Beach’.

We follow in the footsteps of the 8th Infantry Brigade as the Queens Own Rifles of Canada, Le Regiment de la Chaudiere and the North Shore Regiment push inland liberating villages along the way.

Sainte Mère Eglise Virtual Tour by Romain Bréget

Sainte-Mère-Église

Immortalised in one of the most famous scenes of the movie The Longest Day, the town of Sainte-Mère-Eglise is now one of the main places of interest of the Normandy landings. But beyond the movie, on D-Day, Sainte-Mère-Eglise became one of the most crucial objectives to capture for the men of the 82nd Airborne.

Battle for Carentan WW2 Normandy Virtual Tour by Romain Bréget

Battle for Carentan

Laying between Utah and Omaha beach, the town of Carentan was one of the crucial objectives to capture for the US Army in the early phases of the Normandy Campaign. Surrounded by marshes and defended by German paratroopers, the town would prove to be one of the toughest tests for the men of the 101st Airborne.  The town itself was ultimately liberated by elements the 506th PIR, including E Company, popularized in the famous HBO show “Band of Brothers”. 

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Battle for Saint-Lô

Following the remarkable success of Operation Overlord in the summer of 1944, allied forces in Normandy began the long awaited advance inland to free Europe. Almost immediately upon leaving the beaches, US forces were to encounter the formidable Normandy ‘bocage’ – or hedgerows landscape. The advance inevitably slowed as German forces made skillful use of the ideal defensive terrain, in what became known as the ‘Battle of the Hedgerows’. In the thick of this fighting en-route to their major objective of St-Lô were American troops of the 29th and 35th Infantry Divisions.