Serving Our Veterans,
their Families and Friends
for over 30 Years.

Videos Help Tell Our Story

Dear Tour Members, past, present, and future,

In June of 2007, we conducted a private tour with independent filmmaker Paul Indelicato,
his wife Sarah, and their father Al. Al had not been in Normandy since he landed on
Utah Beach as part of the D-Day invasion. Below is the video of the time we spent with Al,
his son and daughter-in-law.

We want to give you an opportunity to see this documentary because it can help you experience the best of what we do at Historic Tours. You will have an opportunity to see Ray directing and conducting a tour. But more importantly, you will see that what we do is make possible experiences that are honorific, emotional, and celebrate the accomplishments of the World War II generation.

The film is called Quiet Heroes. It features our time at Utah Beach and Museum, The Roosevelt Cafe, and The Normandy American Cemetery on Omaha Beach. It is in high definition, and views nicely in full-screen mode. It is 30 minutes long and we highly recommend that you watch it in its entirety; you will come away with good, warm feelings.

It has occurred to us that there may be other videos out there, shot by our past tour members which feature the feelings and emotions they experienced while on tour with Historic Tours.
If so, we would be honored to give these videos an audience. Please contact us and we will do all we can to place your video on our website.

Thank You,

Ray and Cristy

 

Historic Tours Incorporated             1281 Paterson Plank Road, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094

800-222-1170             ww2tour@aol.com            or on Facebook

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