Ep 126: Don’t Start at the Bottom

Ep 126: Don’t Start at the Bottom

Did the Allies take too long winkling the Germans out of Sicily? Expect strong views from James Holland and Al Murray. Plus an extraordinary story of the captured Enigma machine from a listener who’s relative was on HMS Bulldog.

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