Ep 22: The Eagle’s Nest

Ep 22: The Eagle’s Nest

James Holland joins Al Murray from Bavaria, where he sits in the shadow of Hitler’s infamous summer residence, the Eagle’s Nest. Al discusses his recent trip to Maquis country, plus the boys answer questions about forces and suncream; the toughest unit in WW2; the Japanese bombing of Australia; and their team selection for a do or die assault on an impregnable Nazi fortress.

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