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Utah Beach Museum: Commemorating the D-Day Landings

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This article, “Commemorating the D-Day Landings,” by our historian Kevin Hymel, first appeared in Naval History in 2014. Kevin, who is the historian for the United States Air Force Chaplain Corps, leads D-Day tours for Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours, which includes a visit to the Utah Beach Museum. He is also the historian for the In … Read More

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Happy 25th Anniversary Band of Brothers

Band of Brothers

It is hard to believe that 25 years ago Stephen E. Ambrose’s book Band of Brothers was published. His extraordinary story of the ordinary men who fought in Easy Company during WWII is as engrossing a tale today as it was then. We are celebrating this anniversary and others on three special tours. Let us … Read More

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Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours in the News!

New York Times Travel Show booth

Our one and only Terri Sercovich, whom many of you have had the pleasure to work with, was interviewed at the New York Times Travel Show for a post on the travel blog, The Cultured Black Pearl, about our WWII and American history tours. Read More

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Mark Bielski’s Tour Picks for 2017

Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours display

I invite you to travel with us this year through the battlefields of Europe, the Pacific and the Civil War, and follow the trails of explorers in the American West. As you walk in the footsteps of America’s heroes, our historians will share the remarkable narratives of the events that have changed the course of … Read More

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Come See Us at the New York Times Travel Show!

Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours display

Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours is excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the New York Times Travel Show January 27-29, 2017 at the Javits Center in New York City. If you live in the area, we would love for you to stop by our booth to learn more about our WWII tours, including … Read More

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The Christmas Truce of WWI

This holiday season we would like to share with you the story of the Christmas Truce of World War I, which has become an enduring symbol of the triumph of man’s spirit over adversity. Wherever your travels take you this season, Happy Holidays and all the best for the New Year! From your friends at … Read More

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Quotes from D-Day, June 6, 1944

As Stephen Ambrose said, “The American citizen soldiers knew the difference between right and wrong, and they didn’t want to live in a world in which wrong prevailed. So they fought, and won, and all of us, living and yet to be born, must be profoundly grateful.” Stephen Ambrose conducted more than 1,400 interviews with … Read More

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New! Travel on Our Two Civil War Tours Back-to-Back

Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours offers two American Civil War Tours each fall, Civil War: This Hallowed Ground and Civil War: Mississippi River Campaign. In 2017, for the first time, we will offer these two tours back-to-back on our Double Feature Civil War Tour: Eastern and Western Theatres. Read More

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Former Student of Stephen Ambrose Has Tribute Published in The Advocate

Professor Stephen Ambrose

Jerry E. Strahan, Author and Historian, has spent 40 years as the General Manager of Lucky Dogs, New Orleans’ beloved hot dog vending company. He also studied under our founder, Stephen E. Ambrose while Dr. Ambrose was a professor of history at the University of New Orleans. Strahan wrote this guest column about Dr. Ambrose, … Read More

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