Ep 162: Where the War was Won – Part 1

Ep 162: Where the War was Won – Part 1

Historian Phillips O’Brien explains to James Holland and Al Murray his theory that land battles did not make a significant contribution to the outcome of the war. If you think Stalingrad and the Eastern Front were pivotal, think again. 

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