Ep 136: Blitzkrieg 1940

Ep 136: Blitzkrieg 1940

In May 1940 the German armed forces launched a massive offensive against Holland, Belgium and ultimately France.

Al Murray and James Holland take a detailed look at the events which shaped the first half of the Second World War.

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