Ep 194: Tiger Tank

Ep 194: Tiger Tank

Al Murray heads to Bovington Tank Museum to talk to resident expert David Willey about the Tiger tank. 

Why did Nazi Germany build only 1,200 of this much feared beast and what was the true story of the men who abandoned Tiger 131 in Tunisia?

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