Ep 130: The Life and Crimes of Joachim Peiper

Ep 130: The Life and Crimes of Joachim Peiper

He served on both the Eastern and Western Fronts and was a ruthless Nazi ideologue. After the war Peiper was found guilty of war crimes for murdering prisoners of war. Al Murray and James Holland discuss the life and violent death of the most famous German panzer commander of the war.

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