Liberation Route to become hiking trail

18 December 2019
In 2020, a new hiking trail from London to Berlin, (around 3,000km) will make it possible to walk the Liberation Route Europe, following in
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Liberation Route book published

25 September 2019
A unique travel book about the liberation of Europe during World War II, the book is the first of its kind. It combines the signature Rough
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Rough guide for 75th anniversary route

01 November 2018
Liberation Route Europe Foundation and Rough Guides have announced their new co-operation to produce a travel book about the liberation of E
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Brabant Remembers WW2

26 September 2018
Brabant Remembers has launched an Augmented Reality app, in which 30 actors bring ten stories from the Second World War to life, in the plac
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A ten day tour through 'frontline Kent'

26 June 2017
Guarding the shortest sea crossing to Europe, Kent has been on the frontline of England’s defence for centuries, and this role came to the f
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In Berchtesgaden, Germany!

22 April 2017
I am now staying at Camping Mühlleiten in Schönau am Königssee near Berchtesgaden in the far south of Germany.  Berchtesgaden is h
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Houffalize, Belgium

25 February 2017
Houffalize is one of the best known localities associated with the Battle of the Bulge.  Captured in the first days of the battle,
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Wibrin, Belgium

25 February 2017
The village of Wibrin is dominated by its church but the focal point is a Sherman tank that has been cut in two and has a twisted barrel. &n
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Bastogne, Belgium

24 February 2017
Bastogne may have a history going back 1,400 years and is set in the heart of the Ardennes but the main reason for visiting it is because of
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La Roche-en-Ardenne, Belgium

03 February 2017
It was the Battle of the Bulge that brought me to La Roche-en-Ardenne but that is not the only reason to visit as it is a popular tourist de
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