Ep 318: The Sappers in the D-Day Gliders

Ep 318: The Sappers in the D-Day Gliders

In this special edition of the podcast Al Murray reads an article written by his father, Ingram Murray, known to regular listeners as The Colonel.

It tells the story of a group of men with a very specialised task in the days after D-Day.

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