Ep 219: Rudolph Hess

Ep 219: Rudolph Hess

Why did Hess fly to Scotland and on whose authority? What was his role in the Reich and was his sentence fair? James Holland and Al Murray also discuss the role of the Gurkhas in the Second World War. 

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