Ep 259: The Wings Of Pegasus, by George Chatterton – Episode 15

Ep 259: The Wings Of Pegasus, by George Chatterton – Episode 15

Brigadier George Chatterton’s memoirs, read by Al Murray, tell the extraordinary story of his time as a soldier for the British Army who then went on to become the Commander of the Glider Pilot Regiment during the Second World War.

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