Tony Scott

Accredited Guide Number: 53

After retiring from a varied and rewarding career policing in the Metropolis, he embarked on a part time second career as a Safety Officer in the sporting and music events industry.

Having more free time on his hands allowed Scottie to seize the opportunity to pursue his real interest and passion in life for military history and Battlefield touring. Having organised numerous trips to the Battlefields of Europe for friends and colleagues since the mid 80’s he joined the Guild of Battlefield Guides to hone his skills in this area. He achieved their ‘Badged’ accreditation in 2012 and during this process he was honoured to receive the Guilds ‘David Chandler’ Award, as recognition for the best sources presentation in 2011 from the Guild patron Professor Gary Sheffield.

He is fortunate to be very well travelled and has experience of guiding not only in the UK and Europe, but some far flung battlefields in Asia, North America, North and South Africa, his interest in the later continent has resulted in him building up an extensive knowledge of both the Anglo Zulu and Boer Wars.and a love for that country, its culture and its people .


AgincourtAnglo/Zulu WarBoer WarWWIWWII


EuropeSouth AfricaUnited Kingdom

Caters For

Adult Coach GroupsBattlefield WalksCollege GroupsFamiliesIndividualsSchool Groups

Areas of Expertise

Anglo Zulu War
Jameson Raid (South Africa)
Anglo Boer Wars (1 & 2)
Dublin Easter Rising 1916
Malta (Including walking the Victoria Lines)

First World War: including
Retreat from Mons
Battles of the Somme
Ypres – 1914 – 1918
German 1918 Spring Offensive
Amiens (Last 100 Days)
Canadian and Australian involvement in WW1 (France & Flanders)

Second World War:
Retreat to Dunkirk
Canadian involvement
Normandy Landings
V1, 2 & 3 Sites
Bomber Command

War time & Historic London