Ep 443: Family Stories Series 2: Episode 12

Ep 443: Family Stories Series 2: Episode 12

This week’s family stories include an IRA man who ended up fighting for Britain and being torpedoed twice, a Scot who spent five years as a prisoner of war, a teenage sailor who braved the Atlantic and the U-boats, and a pilot who never forgave his enemy.

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