Ep 328: Time for Tea?

Ep 328: Time for Tea?

How did the myth develop that British soldiers were always stopping for tea? And who were the first Allied troops back into Dunkirk in the final days of the war? These questions and other rabbit-holes answered and explored by Al Murray and James Holland.

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