Ep 279: Civilian Soldiers

Ep 279: Civilian Soldiers

The British Army in Normandy are the focus as Al Murray and James Holland are joined by historian and author Jonathan Ware.

In Jonathan’s book ‘Jocks, Dragons and Sospans: Through Normandy with 53rd Welsh Division’ he questions the Allies’ version of events in the battle and offers a new perspective on the British Army’s conduct in North-West Europe.

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