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Andrew Bottoms / 29-4-2007 17:11:50
Hi Nathan, Thank you for a very informative and moving day on 25 April, ANZAC Anniversary (90 years on). I think we all learnt a great deal.
I found the authors’ name I could not remember, it is Richard Holmes,(he was/is the Lt.Col for the reserves & used to lecture at Royal Military College Shrivenham).

I was fortunate to hear a lecture a few years ago in Bedford by him, which was very interesting - another enthusiast!

Your enthusiasm, knowledge and linguistic skills are wonderful. All the best for the future.


Regards Andy, Pauline and Claire



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John and Ann Grant / 21-4-2007 0:26:40
Dear Nathan,

Thank you for an excellent day on 18th April. Your detailed knowledge of the battles was evident, and explained effetively. We also appreciated you taking time to help us find the grave of an uncle at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
Your commentary was first class, the lunch most enjoyable and the whole day was very successful-indeed it was the highlight of our trip. It really was professionaly put together.
Thank you again,

John and Ann Grant, Scotland.


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Diane & Paul Schneider / 14-4-2007 17:45:56
This was a very informative and enjoyable tour. Nathan passionate about sharing his knowledge with the group. The last post was a very moving tribute to all veterans. I would recommend this tour to both history buffs and non-history buffs alike. Thanks Nathan for sharing your passion. Tour date April 4, 2007.

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Neil & Sue Gilbert / 14-4-2007 11:10:51
Dear Nathan,
Thank you for an excellent tour (Sunday 25th March) and helping us to find the name of our relative at Tyne Cot cemetery. The details and scale of the WW1 campaigns were brought to life through your passion and knowledge for the subject, along with the truth that we can not afford to forget what happened. The Flanders Field Museum and visit to Poperinge gave a glimpse of ordinary lives during those dark days. Thank you for an altogether informative and moving day. Lunch was very good too!
Neil & Sue Gilbert (for Ernest Barclay 330894, 9th Kings Liverpool Regiment, d.1917 aged 21).


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Bob and Geri Swwanson / 9-4-2007 22:36:49
Just a short note to thank you for your efforts on our behalf! Our visit to Brugge would not have been complete without your tour! Our traveling companions, Paul and Diane Schnieder, agree that our time reflecting back on the sacrifices of those brave young men who fought in that conflict and seeing the places where they fought and died, was a moving and humbling moment. Merci, thank you so much.

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