Ep 288: The Hitler Years

Ep 288: The Hitler Years

With historian Frank McDonough and actor Paul McGann.

Between 1940 and 1945 the Third Reich fell from the pinnacle of its power to devastating collapse. Historian Frank McDonough, author of The Hitler Years, joins James Holland and Al Murray, along with actor Paul McGann, to discuss the final years of the Third Reich, as well as the war’s impact on the people of Liverpool.

The Hitler Years – Disaster 1940-1945 by Frank McDonough is out now. The audiobook is read by Paul McGann.

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