Ep 297: Lack of Moral Fibre

Ep 297: Lack of Moral Fibre

You could volunteer to fly but you couldn’t volunteer to stop.

Dr Dan Ellin, of the International Bomber Command Centre, talks to Al and James about the way in which men were judged and treated as they faced the trauma of war.

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