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The Italian Campaign: Prelude to Normandy

Allied Invasion of Italy

In historian Mark Bielski's article, "The Italian Campaign: Dodging Nazis, Bullets and Exploding Shells," he addresses the misperception that the men fighting in Italy were considered “D-Day Dodgers.” In fact, the action in Italy during WWII was of supreme importance to the Allied operations in Northern Europe. Read More


6888th in the News

Guests on 6888th Tour

Historian Edna W. Cummings, Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired) and our guests on the 6888th Legacy Tour made quite an impression as they followed the path of the only African American WAC unit of WWII from Scotland to England and France, generating news coverage for the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion as well as the inaugural tour. Read More


Manhattan Project Tour: In the News

Tour guests at Trinity Site obelisk

AFAR magazine and The Wall Street Journal recently published articles on atomic tourism and recommended Stephen Ambrose Historical Tour's Manhattan Project Tour for those seeking a more in depth understanding of the making of the Atomic Bomb.  Read More


Remembering the Men of Easy Company

Members of Easy Company at a reunion

As Stephen E. Ambrose's iconic book "Band of Brothers" turns 31 this month, we wanted to take a moment to remember some of the extraordinary yet ordinary men who fought in Easy Company during WWII: Read More

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