Ep 373: Baggy Trousers

Ep 373: Baggy Trousers

If Hugo Boss didn’t design Nazi uniforms, who did? Al Murray and James Holland take a deep sartorial dive into what the Wermacht wore. Al and James also discuss the upcoming festival and cardboard tanks.

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