Ep 337: The War in the Air

Ep 337: The War in the Air

The Commonwealth’s contribution to the Allied war effort was enormous, in all branches of the military.

Soldier and historian Ben Kite, author of Britain and the Commonwealth’s War in the Air, joins Al and James to discuss the impact of Commonwealth forces on the RAF.

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