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Bernadette Edwards / 25-8-2013 14:17:54
As a Psychologist working with Veterans of many conflicts I cannot recommend this tour by Nathan more highly. He is a scholar, historian and a gentleman. His passion for the facts and the iimpact and consequences of War on familes is heartfelt. The Last Post Evening Tour has occurred every evening under the Menin Gate since 1928 and it was truely an honour to be present. Thank you so much Nathan for an unforgettable moment. Kind Regards Bernadette and Ian.

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Bill & Hannah / 17-8-2013 20:38:28
Dear Nathan,
I want to thank you for the time we spent with you a week ago. I had visited Belgium with my Grandfather in 1970, but obviously didn’t really know what it was all about. To re-visit with my daughter was an experience neither of us will forget. You tailored your tour to suit our personal interest and quickly we got to see the Memorial to the Seventh Division and saw the town of Zonnebeke where my grandfather was shot and taken prisoner. AS you imparted more information about the horrors of WW1 I couldn’t help thinking if my grandfather hadn’t been shot and wounded when he was it was likely he wouldn’t have survived and three generations of my family wouldn’t have happened, all very hard to comprehend. I could go on, but I just want to thank you for imparting so much information in a kind and friendly manner. We will meet again I’m sure of that.
Take care

Bill & Hannah Fraser



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S Gleed / 12-8-2013 14:52:16
We went on both of these tours and found them extremely informative and great value for money. Nathan is very knowledgeable, good humoured and most welcoming. He was punctual and flexible. Nathan went out of his way to accommodate the wishes of the different nationalities in our group. I would thoroughly recommend both of these tours. Thank you, Nathan.



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Ollie & Anthea Rastall / 4-8-2013 22:42:29
Nathan is an encyclopaedia of WWI. His depth of knowledge is fascinating and he conveys the events of 100 years ago brilliantly and poignantly.

We thoroughly enjoyed the entire day and were really comfortable in his van, visiting humbling sites and museums that he leaves you to take in for yourself.

I would, and already have, urged many friends and family to take Nathan’s tour as it is about as real as it gets when trying to fathom the tragic events that scarred Flanders Fields and many a nation too.

You can’t visit Bruges without penciling in a day on this tour and respecting what took place on those fields.

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Bob Embleton / 29-7-2013 13:17:51
After seeing London Scottish memorial at Messines, I got ”The London Scottish in the Great War” edited by Lt Col JH Lindsay. Grandad did not speak about the three battalions. First in Flanders (first TA there), second in Salonica etc and third recruiting etc in London. Over 5,000 killed from one regiment. The generals said ”well done” after each trauma! Thanks again

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