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WW1 Medicine

Both sides deployed new methods of fighting in WW1, including poison gas, flamethrowers and tanks. Medical treatments and innovations had to evolve to help treat injuries, some of which had never been seen before.

WW1 Medicine

  • 4 days
  • +1 GMT
  • Belgium & France
  • Coach

Tour Highlights
  • Wellington Quarry
  • Hooge Crater Museum
  • Passchendaele Memorial Museum
  • Vimy Ridge
  • Last Post Ceremony

FCDO Travel Advice

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Sample itinerary

This sample itinerary is offered as a guideline. The trip focus, length and itinerary/activities can be tailored to meet your learning objectives.

What’s included

Tour support

Full TCBC support from the moment you book until you return home

Total tour customisation

Itinerary flexibility to ensure the perfect tour for your students

Coach transportation

Reliable coach and driver for duration of tour

Emergency contact details

You'll have all our necessary contact details to hand should the need arise

Expert Battlefield guide

Knowledgeable guide to bring the Battlefield experience to life

Full sightseeing programme

Detailed itinerary, with all entrance fees included, no hidden costs


Battlefield guides

We can provide one of our trusted Battlefield guides to accompany you on your trip. Passionate and knowledgeable about the sites and conflicts that took place, they will only enhance your experience with their skilful story-telling and ability to bring the past back to life. For more information on our guides and their qualifications, please click here.


The accommodation we use in Belgium & France are used to working with school groups and meet our high standards


Reasons to travel with us

We honestly believe we are the best in what we do. We'd love the opportunity to show you.

TCBC were so helpful from the start to the end of our tour. It was so well organised, allowing us all to focus on enjoying the trip and experiencing the history.

Daniel Rogers, History Teacher
Repton School