Ep 362: The Atlantic Charter

Ep 362: The Atlantic Charter

Eighty years on from the US and Britain outlining their post war aims, Al and James explore the Atlantic Charter. Also up for discussion are the Berlin Olympics, Jesse Owens and the experience of black soldiers in the US military.

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