Centenary of World War I: A Voyage of Remembrance on Queen Mary 2
Aboard Queen Mary 2, learn about the events and forces behind the Great War, exploring monuments, battlefields, museums and historic sites on expert-led excursions.
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Program No. 21429RJ
16 days
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“Some wars name themselves. This is the Great War.” This statement from MacLean’s Magazine in 1914 gave name to a conflict that would forever change the world and usher in a new age of warfare. On the 100th anniversary of WWI, join us on a remarkable voyage through time and across the Atlantic, as we trace the events of the Great War and see firsthand the battlefields and cemeteries that retain its legacy.
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Keep the Pace
Walking up to 1.5 miles at a time over varied terrain, cobblestones; standing for up to 1.5 hours; stairs.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • See firsthand the historic WWI battlefields of Somme, Verdun, Argonne and the Marne Valley.
  • Honor our fallen soldiers during private ceremonies held at American cemeteries.
  • Enjoy a special champagne-tasting lunch in the hills of France where this famous beverage is produced.
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Andrew Duff
Lt. Col. Andrew Duff attended prestigious Sandhurst and was commissioned into the Royal Anglian Regiment where he commanded operational tours in Cyprus, N. Ireland and Belize. He has military operations, intelligence, security, exercise planning, training major, training officer and head officer of Arctic warfare training under his belt. With his love of military history and his experience, Lt. Col. Duff makes a battlefield come alive as he exposes the story of war from all angles.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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