Ep 15: Ten Things You Didn’t Know About D-Day

Ep 15: Ten Things You Didn’t Know About D-Day

In this bonus episode recorded at Chalke Valley History Festival James Holland talks to Professor Peter Caddick-Adams about some of the more extraordinary D-Day stories.

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