Ep 46: The Battle of Midway

Ep 46: The Battle of Midway

At the start of June, 1942, the Japanese navy ruled the Pacific. A week later US forces had won a decisive battle that would change the course of the war.

Leading US historian Craig Symonds tells James Holland why the Battle of Midway was so decisive and describes the key characters and action.

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