Ep 4: Arnhem, Eastwood and Normandy Antics

Ep 4: Arnhem, Eastwood and Normandy Antics

Al and James explain why Arnhem was a Bridge too Far; James describes the Germans’ enormous guns in Crimea; Al tells a boy’s own story of Normandy.

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