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2019 Battlefield Tour: Gallipoli
October 10-15, 2019
No battlefield is as dramatic in setting, nor as evocative in memory, as Gallipoli. Join the National WWI Museum and Memorial in 2019 for an intimate tour of the Turkish peninsula, tracing the route of the Allied forces in the Gallipoli Campaign from landing to evacuation. The 2019 Battlefield Tour will be led by Clive Harris and Mike St Maur Sheil.
$2,400 per person (payable in two installments - Deposit due April 30, Full amount due by July 31, 2019)
- Pick up and drop off in Instanbul, bus, driver and guides throughout tour
- 5 nights accommodation (includes morning meal)
- Flights to and from Instanbul
- Most evening meals
Traveler is responsible for securing their own optional travel insurance.Flight
We encourage scheduling your arrival the day before the tour begins to avoid any risk of a delayed flight.
About Clive Harris
Raised in Hertfordshire, Clive developed a lifelong fascination with history. He spent seven years with the Royal Corps of Signals, serving operationally overseas with the 1st Armoured Division in BAOR — an Infantry attachment with the Royal Green Jackets, in Cyprus, Germany and France — and finally taking an instructor’s post in the Signals Wing of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. On leaving the army he joined his local Constabulary, serving 11 years in their Force Operations Room as a specialist communications officer and control room manager. In 1998, he began working as a speaker, writer, researcher and battlefield guide and since then has guided groups to the Somme, Ypres, Arras, Mons, Cambrai, The Hindenburg Line, Verdun, and Gallipoli for the Great War, as well as Normandy, Arnhem, The Italian Campaign, and of course the London Blitz for the Second World War. Clive is a Badged Member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides (No33) and also a member of the British Commission for Military History.
About Mike St Maur Sheil
Mike is the award-winning curator of Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace 1914-1918. After studying Geography at Oxford, in the early 1970s Mike began his career as a photojournalist covering “the Troubles” in Northern Ireland. Here he became associated with the New York picture agency, Black Star, and over thirty years later he is still in the fortunate position of being paid to do what he loves doing — taking photographs. Mike has visited over 60 countries around the world, working for a wide range of clients such as ABC-TV, BBC, Anti-Slavery International, British Red Cross, European Commission, National Geographic, The New York Times, Shell, Time and Time Life.