Explore the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the last Franco-American offensive of the First World War.
On September 26, 1918 the final Allied push started, sounding the death knell for the Kaiser’s army. Despite the overall exhaustion of the German Army, most units inflicted heavy losses on the inexperienced American forces and made this offensive one of the bloodiest in American history. This is especially true of the fighting in the Argonne Forest, where the German Army held out for several days.
The journey could start at different points of the American jump-off line between the Argonne Forest and the Meuse River. It will pass by various monuments and physical remains and end up at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in Romagne, France.
Tour length and geography can vary based on client availability, interest level and physical ability. Tour length can last from six hours to several days to explore this operation in depth.