About Us

Pascal and Patrick
Pascal and Patrick on the road

We are World War Two reporters with a taste for travel. The political situation in Europe at the beginning of the previous century, the development of modern warfare and the rise of armoured forces between both World Wars that followed have our largest interest, but specifically we focus on World War Two in general.

From our homebase in Gouda, the Netherlands, we visit the former battlefields, remains of bunkers and landmarks, museums and other places related to World War Two. On this website we share what we document on our trips with other enthusiasts of similar interest.
Of course we make mistakes or wrong assumptions (guess what? We’re human!). Please tell us what you think and feel free to help us along.

Important notice: we get a lot of questions concerning opening hours and entrance fees. We don’t own any of the museums or organise tours, we visit these sights and write about them. The rest is up to you!

We hope you enjoy our website,

The Landmarkscout Team

American Aid

Cliff Leverette - Madison Mississippi, U.S.A.
Cliff Leverette

Beside contribution from Belgium and England we are happy to say that an American Scout joined our ranks. Cliff Leverette followed Landmarkscout from 2013 on and has wrote several items for the website. Cliff lives in Madison Mississippi U.S.A. and always wears his Landmarkscout T-shirt, as shown on the picture, under his shirt.

Code of conduct

We are not going to disclaim this the usual way. This website is dedicated to the history of WWII and that’s that. We believe in humanity, a cold beer and the goodness of people. Please discuss your political views and opinions somewhere else.

All pictures and texts are made by the Landmarkscout Team, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise. We work hard to keep this website unique and invest a lot of money to give you the best experience. You can publish Landmarkscout content and pictures only with our personal and explicit written permission. Landmarkscout pictures are clearly marked with our logo.

If you want to use a photo from Landmarkscout in a book, magazine or other print or digital work send us a hard copy after you received our permission (we can send you a copy of the photo without the LandmarkScout mark on it).

3rd Party Content

When we use a photo from another source we will give the proper credit to the author or the website. If we have failed to properly do so, please contact us and we will take the necessary actions as soon as possible. If there is no information with the photo it came from Wikipedia and is licensed by Creative Commons. If you add Landmarkscout as a link on a website, blog or forum, please let us know, we always like to hear about other enthusiasts doing their thing!