Ep 187: Battle of Britain Day

Ep 187: Battle of Britain Day

James Holland and Al Murray discuss the events of September 15th, 1940, the date officially named Battle of Britain Day. James digs deep into the data to evaluate the severity of the German attacks and to understand the level of defence mounted by the RAF.

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