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Rick Beyer Answers the Historians Proust Questionnaire

Rick Beyer

Our historians are the best. They are leaders in their field, world-renowned authors, podcast hosts, documentary filmmakers and sought after experts for articles and TV shows. But who are they really? To give you an inkling, we thought it would be fun to modify the Proust Questionnaire for our historians. Up first: Rick Beyer who leads our Ghost Army and Revolutionary War tours and co-hosts History Happy Hour. Read More


Happy Thanksgiving!

WWI servicemen at Thanksgiving 1918

We are so thankful for our many guests who have helped us to promote the study and discourse of history by traveling with us to the places where history was made. We would like to extend our Thanksgiving blessings to you, your family and friends in this time of thanks and throughout the upcoming holiday season. Read More


History Happy Hour Now Available as a Podcast!

History Happy Hour logo

History Happy Hour is now available as a podcast, dropping every Monday on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher and Pocketcast. So you can listen in your car, working out, or wherever you want Happy Hour to be! Read More


250th Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington Tour

Revolutionary War reenacts

In association with the Lexington Historical Society, we are offering a special 250th Anniversary Tour to make a deep dive into the original story of the American Revolution, and giving YOU a front row spot for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Read More


George Luz, Jr. to Give Easy Company Presentation

George Luz presentation

For those of you who live near Kansas City, Missouri, put November 9th on your calendar. Chelsey Clark, the Director of the Center for Military & Veterans Services  at Missouri Western State University, has invited George Luz, Jr. to share his stories about his dad and other members of Easy Company. His presentation, “Through My Father’s Eyes,” includes photographs, stories and personal letters. Read More


Reserve Your Spot on Our 80th Anniversary of D-Day Tour!

American Cemetery 75th Anniversary D-Day

June 6, 2024, marks the 80th Anniversary of D-Day. Join us as we follow along the path where America’s best and brightest fought in World War II and honor her heroes in Normandy during the official 80th Anniversary of D-Day commemorations. Read More

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