During our 2022 season KDIH ran three small group tours–Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel, Verdun and Flanders Fields and the Somme–and one private tour. Our testimonials and a handful of memorable photos are posted below. We continue to be humbled by our participant’s comments, and we encourage you to read their comments in their own words:

Spreading poppy seeds in memory of their Uncle.
The group comparing then and now photos at Apremont-sur-Aire.
Dinner with battlefield guide and author, Christina Holstein.
Even today one still finds ordnance hidden in plain sight.
The view from Col. Driant’s Command Post in the Bois des Caures.
Little-visited German Memorial in Sivry-sur-Meuse. Photo by Dave Gaddis.
The frosty ground at Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial Park. Photo by Dave Gaddis.
The industrialization of war: Artillery shell collection in the Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917, Zonnebeke, Belgium. Photo by Dave Gaddis.
Sculpture at the recently-created Brothers in Arms Memorial Park, near Polygon Wood, Zonnebeke, Belgium. Photo by Dave Gaddis.