Ep 435: Munich

Ep 435: Munich

Al and James discuss the new Netflix film Munich: The Edge of War, which is of course based on the book Munich, written by friend of the pod Robert Harris. Is it any good? Was it right to sign the Munich Agreement?

James also tells us about recent research he’s been doing into the Battle of Luzon and General Douglas MacArthur.

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