Ep 268: Steel not Flesh

Ep 268: Steel not Flesh

Al Murray and James Holland discuss the Allies’ policy of using liberal amounts of ammunition as a way of conserving the lives of their men.

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  1. I didn’t get the name of the guy who was talking in the clip you discussed about German refusal to learn from the allies. Or rather google doesn’t recognise my mangeling of the spelling. Lil help?

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