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About Us: Spirit of Remembrance Video

About Us: Spirit of Remembrance: The Team

About Us: Spirit of Remembrance: Why Us?

Lest we Forget: "In Flanders Fields" John McCrae 

Why Spirit of Remembrance: More than Battlefields

Our Battlefield Travel & Tours (& Genealogy service)

Family History Research: Included in Cost

Full Financial Protection (TTA Trust Acct No. 1234)

Canadians at War: A Proud Fighting Heritage

About: Backwater Canal Boat Cruise/Tours France

Tailor Made WW1: WW2  Private Tours: 1 - 4 Days

2020: New! WW2 Canadian Bomber Command Tour

2020: WW2 Bomber Command: Facebook Page

2020: WW2 Bomber Command: RCAF Pix Library

2020: WW2: Battle of Britain: 80th Anniversary Tour

2020: WW2: Battle of Britain: 80th: Facebook Page

2020: Canadian WW1 French Canal Boat Tours

2019: 2020: 4 Night/5 Day WW1 Tours

2019: 2020: 6 Night/5 Day WW2 Tours

2019: 2020:   ULTRA WW1 - 1 Day Tour

WW1: About Canadians in WW1

WW1: Google WW1 Canadian Battlefield Map

WW1: Ypres: Canada: Menin Gate Photo Libary

WW1: Vimy: Passchendaele & more: Photo Library

WW1: Battle of Vimy Ridge: Video Library

WW1: Vimy Foundation: About

WW1: Newfoundland Regiment: Beaumont-Hamel

WW2: About Canadians in WW2

WW2: Canada: "D-Day & Beyond" Photo Library

WW2: Propaganda Posters Photo Library

Canada at War: Post WW2 - Present Day

Wounded Warriors Canada Battlefield Ride

Captain Wayne Johnson CD2: SOR Tour Consultant

Our Tour Inclusions


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10 - 22 September 2020: 13 Days/12 Nights13 days

*Includes 80th Anniversary 'Battle of Britain' Duxford airshow: Bomber County bases: International Bomber Command Centre: Taxi runway ride in 'Just Jane' - WW2 Lancaster Bomber: Extensive WW2 Aviation Museums: Most meals: 3 & 4 star plus accommodation: Dinner in prestigious London Services Club(s): London Blitz walk & more! The most comprehensive & historic WW2 Bomber Command Tour on offer.


This PREMIUM 2020 commemorative WW2 Bomber Command Tour is primarily designed to honour and remember the Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Commonwealth men and women who played such a pivotal role in RAF Bomber Command in WW2.

The young men of Bomber Command faced dangers that today we can barely imagine - to give us the freedoms we take for granted today. Their sacrifice and extraordinary courage should never be forgotten. Bomber Command crews also suffered a horrific casualty rate: 55,573 were killed out of a total of 125,000 aircrew, a 44.4% death rate. A further 8,403 men were wounded in action, and 9,838 became prisoners of war. Most who flew were very young, the great majority still in their late teens. Crews came from across the globe – from the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and all corners of the Commonwealth, as well as from occupied nations including Poland, France and Czechoslovakia.

It took astonishing courage to endure the conditions that the suffered. A crew member in Bomber Command had a shorter life expectancy than a soldier in the trenches in WW1. Flying at night over occupied Europe, running the gauntlet of German night fighters, radar controlled searchlights and terrific anti aircraft fire, plus mid-air collisions and general flying accidents - the nerves of these young men were stretched to breaking point. But coolness and bravery were their tradecraft. Truly remarkable bravery.

International Bomber Command CentreSpirit of Remembrance is proud and honoured to support the newly opened (April 12, 2018) International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) in the UK through the operation of this tour, with a donation from the tour proceeds going to the IBCC. The (IBCC) was created to provide a world-class facility to serve as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation for Bomber Command. One of our tour highlights is a visit to the IBCC. Flight Sgt. H. James Flowers from Australia was a rear gunner in a Lancaster Bomber in WW2 - this is what IBCC means to him - and to all that flew and died in Bomber Command. Watch his emotional remembrance interview here.

And - here's a superb video of one of the only 2 airworthy WW2 Lancasters in the world - Avro Lancaster PA474  (Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - RAF Coningsby) on her first test flight in 2019 (June 2019)

Continue to the TOUR INTRODUCTION here:

 Bomber Command - Introduction:

 Bomber Command - Background:

Bomber Command - Itinerary & Costs

 Bomber Command - 'The Lancaster' (poem)

 US Army Airforce - Mighty 8th & 100th Bomb Group

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