Martin K A Morgan

From DDay to the Eagle’s Nest – Pacific Theatre of Operations – Pearl Harbor – Civil War

Visiting the WWII battlefields in Europe is a lifetime experience.

To stand where they fought is a dream for many people around the globe. There are many guides taking people to these special places. Most of them are specialized in guiding one Operation, one Unit, one Area or a combination of these. The ones listed my Other  Battlefield Tours page are the best of the best.

For individuals and tour companies who are looking for a guide that offers History, Quality, Devotion and Passion from D-day to the Eagle’s Nest and the PTO, I highly recommend Mr. Martin Morgan.

Academic Background

the University of Southern Mississippi – History doctoral program (ABD)

King’s College: London – Semester Abroad (Summer 2007)

the University of Alabama at Birmingham – Master of Arts in History (1996)

the University of Alabama at Birmingham – Bachelor of Arts in History (1991)

Homewood High School (Birmingham, Alabama) – General Diploma (1987)


Mr. Morgan published one book and several articles mainly related to his particular area of concentration, which is the history of U.S. Army operations during the Second World War. His publications include:

Down To Earth: the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment in Normandy (Schiffer, 2004). Also, various magazine articles in such publications as Aviation History, World War II, World War II Quarterly, World War II History, Armchair General, American Rifleman, the Garand Collector’s Association Journal, 39/45 (France) and After the Battle (England).

The Americans on D-Day: A Photographic History of the Normandy Invasion.  It presents 450 of the most compelling and dramatic photographs captured in northern France during the first day and week of its liberation.