Contacting Battlefield Tours & The War Research Society

You can contact us using the details below.
Our booking form is available here.
Our brochure contains fuller details of all the battlefield and memorial tours as well as additional tour information, departure times, National Express connections, and booking forms. This can be requested by email, phone or post.

Battlefield Tours
The War Research Society

27 Courtway Avenue
B14 4PP

Tel: 0121 430 5348
Fax: 0121 436 7401



Related sites of interest: – Battlefields Today produce commemorative films of the World War battlefields as they exist today, produced by Ray Schofield Almond, the official filmmaker for the War Research Society. Featuring authentic ‘then and now’ footage of WW1 and WW2 battlefields. – the historic site of secret British code breaking activities during World War 2 and the birthplace of the modern computer.

For those interested in earlier historic battles, The Napoleonic Guide is a reference source for everything you need to know about the life and times of Napoleon Bonaparte. – tourist information for the Somme area including the Somme Battlefields; details of Somme 1916 Museum at Albert, the Franco-British Memorial and Visitor Centre at Thiepval, the Newfoundland memorial at Beaumont-Hamel, Lochnagar Crater, Pozières, the South-African National Memorial and Museum at Longueval etc. – offers an overview of the First World War; with articles maps vintage photographs memoirs, diaries ... – illustrated battlefield guide books and battlefield maps of the First and Second World Wars, the Western Front and Gallipoli.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission cares for and maintains British War Graves overseas and has access to details of British servicemen who have served since it was set up in 1918.

Battlefield Tours is listed in the battlefield & war grave tours section of the Travel-Quest Specialist Holiday & Travel Directory – a portal aimed at the over-50's and people who are retired, covering travel, finance, shopping news hobbies etc. – The Australian Battlefields of World War 1 – France site has been created as a memorial to Australians who gave their lives in the Great War and offers an informative guide to the locations and the history of the Western Front of World War 1.

The Lochnagar Crater, today a memorial to the men who fought in the Great War, was formed on 1st July 1916 by the detonation of a mine under German lines. It is cared for by the 'Friends of Lochnagar' and the Lochnagar Crater website gives full information about the memorial, which we visit on many of our battlefield tours.