Pretty much as per the title, I am booked to spend March & April in Europe - for the first few weeks I have a place to stay in the Normandy region. I will be visiting some sights / sites that I missed the last time I was over there and just generally touring around on day trips. I haven't thought past that and I was hoping to be able to attend some sort of 75th anniversary thing, but by then most of the liberation was in Germany itself and I don't know if they're big on celebrating it all. A couple of years ago I was lucky enough to be in London for ANZAC day (25 April) and I wangled tickets for Westminster Abbey services with Will & Harry (& Meaghan). I wonder if anywhere in WE would have enough of an interest in ANZAC day - i suppose that the WW1 battlefields would make more sense. For March 2020 so far I have: 7 March 1945 - Remagen / Ludendorff Bridge / the US Army also takes Cologne, Germany 20 March 1945 - Patton's troops capture Mainz, Germany 22-23 March 1945 - US and British forces cross the Rhine at Oppenheim 24 March 1945 - Operation Varsity, an Anglo-American-Canadian assault under Montgomery crossed the Rhine at Wesel April 2020 ???