April 6, 2017 marked the beginning of the Centennial of U.S. involvement in World War 1; and yet many U.S. families know much less about the activities of their ancestors during 1917-1919 than during other time periods. It’s not too late to correct that deficiency; and it’s also not too late to plan a customized battlefield tour following in the footsteps of your relative!
Webmaster Randal Gaulke is making plans to live in France for several months in 2017. During that period he will be working as a freelance tour guide to the U.S. battlefields of WW1. At the time of this writing, he still has openings for tours. Let him put his skill set to work for you; bringing long-dormant family history to life again.
Randal has visited these fields more than 20 times over the last 30 years, leading tours of various size and conducting his own research. He knows the area, the locals, and the culture as well as the history that happened there. He is also fluent in German and conversant in French. In short, he can work with you to plan a successful trip.
More information on Randal’s qualifications can be found in the CV below:
Endorsements and other vital information for planning your family’s pilgrimage can be found in the link below: