Ep 109: Steel not Flesh

Ep 109: Steel not Flesh

Were airborne operations actually a complete waste of time and men? Al Murray and James Holland question the merit of dropping paratroopers into battle. Also discussed is the vital contribution of women to the British war effort.

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