Ep 236: The Man Who Said Don’t Go

Ep 236: The Man Who Said Don’t Go

News that Sir Brian Urquhart has died at the age of 101 leads Al Murray and James Holland inexorably back to the intense days prior to the battle of Arnhem. Did Urquhart tell Browning to cancel Market Garden? Was his intelligence ignored?

Plus we discuss the development of the jet fighter and take a closer look at more D-Day photos.

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