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Stephen Ambrose Tours

Live the memory of a lifetime on a historical or WWII tour by Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours! Our Founder Stephen E. Ambrose, author of the best-selling books, Band of Brothers, D-Day: June 6, 1944 and Undaunted Courage, had a passion for teaching Americans about our nation’s heritage and heroes. Today our full-time historians carry on his legacy.

Stephen E. Ambrose founded Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours, but as everyone who loves history knows his legacy reaches far beyond our historical and WWII tour company. He was the author of several best-selling books, including D-Day: June 6, 1944, Undaunted Courage and Band of Brothers. He was a co-executive producer of the epic HBO series Band of Brothers, which was based on his book. He founded the D-Day Museum in New Orleans, which has grown into The National WWII Museum.


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