Ep 167: Stan Perry Special

Ep 167: Stan Perry Special

Part One of James Holland’s interview with veteran Stan Perry about his wartime experiences in the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry. Stan arrived in France shortly after D-Day and was twice wounded during the final year of the war in the west.

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