Ep 436: Stories From India

Ep 436: Stories From India

Why did Indians join the British Army? Al Murray and James Holland speak to Exeter University’s Dr Gajendra Singh about the reasons why young Indian men took part in the Second World War. The discussion spreads to Indian independence, the spread of fascism and how people view the conflict outside of the UK.

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