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Whilst the American Civil War seemed to ebb and flow in the east during the years 1862 – 1864, in the west it took the form of a gradual, systematic Federal march southwards in order to open the symbolic, but nevertheless important, Mississippi River from the Union heartland to the Gulf of Mexico, simultaneously splitting the Confederacy in half.

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Appealing to history and culture enthusiasts alike, this tour combines the key locations of the Vietnam war, with the stunning highlights of that country. Vietnam offers a rich culture and history, combined with delicious local cuisine with a French twist.

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A great opportunity to explore traditional Russia and sample its history, traditions, architecture and landscapes. The tour explores how near the Germans got to Moscow in 1941, why Blitzkrieg failed at Stalingrad in 1942 and examines many of the myths surrounding the huge tank battle at Prokohorovka in 1943.

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This 13 day tour travels to the heart of Indian Punjab and to the foothills of the Himalaya.

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This tour is a study of the two conflicts between the Afrikaners seeking independence and the freedom to maintain their unique way of life, and the imperial Forces of the British Empire during the height of the scramble for Africa.

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This is an opportunity to see and walk the ground of one of the most critical periods of the history of India and of the British Empire – the rising of 1857.

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This unique and insightful tour explores the culture and geography of Nepal with an emphasis on the British Gurkha connection.

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On this eight-day tour, led by the award winning Peninsular War and Napoleonic historian Nick Lipscombe, we escape the main roads to discover the Portugal known so well to the men of Wellington’s Army during the years 1808– 1811.

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The wealth and peace brought to the former province of Lusitania by the Romans are reflected in the magnificent monuments left for us to admire across the province and their variety allows us to see not just the richness of city life, but also the source of the riches and the infrastructure which allowed that life to flourish.

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During eight days we will follow the events of 1806 and 1813 in a mostly chronological order, allowing us to appreciate the time, distance and geographical challenges that had to be overcome by armies fighting mainly in Saxony.

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