Ep 170: The Battle of Britain – Part 2

Ep 170: The Battle of Britain – Part 2

What was the civilian experience as the Battle of Britain raged in the skies? And how realistic was the German aim to gain air supremacy? Al Murray and James Holland explore the summer of 1940 in further detail.

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