Ep 147: Dunkirk – Day Seven

Ep 147: Dunkirk – Day Seven

As clouds lift over Dunkirk the evacuation has to be suspended during daylight hours. Meanwhile the men on the perimeter resort to desperate measures to hold up the German advance.

Al and James are joined by US military historian Michael Neiberg to look at Dunkirk and the fall of France from an American perspective.

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