Ep 367: Commandos in Canoes

Ep 367: Commandos in Canoes

Throughout the Second World War, the Special Boat Service took part in daring assaults across Europe and Asia – usually in the dead of night and in small canoes. James Holland and Al Murray discuss these missions and the fate of the SOE in Europe

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