Ep 323: The Evacuation of Crete

Ep 323: The Evacuation of Crete

In the second part of our story of the Battle of Crete James and Al discuss the fighting retreat, the brilliant Cretan resistance and the accounts of the writer Evelyn Waugh, a veteran of the battle.

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