Ep 178: VJ Day and the Atomic Bomb

Ep 178: VJ Day and the Atomic Bomb

Seventy five years ago the world celebrated Victory over Japan Day as the war in the Pacific finally ended.

Al Murray and James Holland discuss the big decisions taken at the time, most notably the use of the atomic bomb.

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