WMFD-TV in Mansfield did a news segment on the World War II study tour that is planned for the summer of 2014. The TV crew interviewed Dr. John Moser, professor of history, and sat in one of the information sessions held for this study tour.
Dr. John Moser, professor of history at Ashland University, and Eric Pullin, assistant professor of history at Carthage College, will lead a study group for 13 days in June of 2014 to locations important to World War II, including England, France, Belgium and Germany.
Places that will be visited include the Royal Air Force Museum, Cabinet War Rooms in the Churchill Museum, The Imperial War Museum, Battle of Britain’s Operation Room, Pointe Du Hoc, Bastogne, Dachau and many more.
The program cost is $3,906 and this includes airfare, accommodations, breakfasts and two dinners, guides, tips, admission to sites, and in-country transportation. The trip cost does not include expenses for passport, trip cancellation and interruption insurance, meals not specified (plan $20 for meals per day) and personal expenses.
For those wanting more information, Moser will hold a number of informational meetings at 4 p.m. in the Ashbrook Center on Tuesday, Oct. 15; and Wednesday, Oct. 16.
An application for this trip can be found at http://ashland.abroadoffice.net/internal-program-description-Europe-Ablaze-WWII-in-Western-Europe-68574-244.html and this website also has additional information.
View the Tv clip at the link below: