Ep 142: Dunkirk – Day Two

Ep 142: Dunkirk – Day Two

May 27th, 1940, could be described as the single most important day in the twentieth century. British war cabinet meetings this day defined the policy to fight on rather than seek peace via Italian intermediaries. It was a close run thing.

Al and James are once again joined by the head of the Naval Historical Branch, Stephen Prince.

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