Ep 211: Michel Paradis

Ep 211: Michel Paradis

Human Rights Lawyer and historian Michel Paradis talks to Al and James about his book ‘Last Mission To Tokyo’. The thrilling war story-meets-courtroom-drama focuses on the Doolittle Raiders in Tokyo and attempts to try the Japanese for war crimes committed throughout the Second World War. 

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