The Second World War, one of the darkest hours in human history, has not lost any of its relevance even 80 years later. It keeps reminding us of what should never happen again. Likewise, World War II teaches us the stories of the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to bring back peace in numerous countries in our world. Stories of heroism, sacrifice and humanity. These stories gave rise to series such as Band of Brothers®, The Pacific®, as well as numerous award-winning movies like Saving Private Ryan, Hacksaw Ridge or Schindler´s List. They all contribute to educate younger generations about World War II in an easy accessible way. 

Since the foundation of We Happy Few 506, the culture of remembrance of the Second World War has been particularly important to us. Our Battlefield Tours are designed to offer interested people the experience of the locations where battles were fought throughout Europe, where towns were liberated from terror and where heroes were made. Our guides give an in-depth, balanced and honest insight into the battles that were fought and the actions of the men involved. Exposing some deeper and darker realities the combatants on both sides went through. We combine the stories of Easy Company of the 101st AIrborne Division with the background of our guided tours which are lead by some of the most famous Battlefield Tour Guides in Europe. Accompanied by Band of Brothers® cast members, we offer a unique historical experience to our guests. 


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