Ep 148: Dunkirk – Day Eight

Ep 148: Dunkirk – Day Eight

As the last men are lifted from Dunkirk we look at the legacy of the battle in both political and strategic terms. Al and James discuss the implications for the Mediterranean and North Africa and describe Churchill flirting with disaster as he flies home from France.

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