Ep 183: James and Al’s Big Tank Adventure

Ep 183: James and Al’s Big Tank Adventure

James Holland and Al Murray spend the day messing around in tanks. The evolution of the British tank through the early years of the Second World War is discussed and the boys get to grapple with tanks in various states of restoration.

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