Ep 1: The Spitfire, the Major, and Monte Cassino

Ep 1: The Spitfire, the Major, and Monte Cassino

In the first episode of our new World War II series Al Murray explains why the wings of a Spitfire never break off, while James Holland remembers the man who was told to smash up Monte Cassino. Plus General Patton, tactical genius or bloody murderer? #WeHaveWays

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