Ep 360: Britain’s Greatest Victories and Blunders

Ep 360: Britain’s Greatest Victories and Blunders

In a special live edition of the pod from Chalke Valley History Festival, Al Murray and James Holland discuss the top five British blunders and successes of the war while being heckled by a bugler.

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