Ep 23: Mutinies and the Battle for Malta

Ep 23: Mutinies and the Battle for Malta

Al Murray and James Holland discuss the challenges of maintaining morale in the Allied armies. Plus James answers the question of why Malta was denied Spitfires in the island’s greatest hour of need.

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