Ep 358: Nazi Inconsistencies

Ep 358: Nazi Inconsistencies

This week the lads look at a few examples of how the Nazi regime would pick and choose how they implemented some of their ideologies.

Al also gives us an update on the filming for his new history show, which this week included going paintballing in tanks with Henning Wehn.

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