Ep 51: Lessons of War

Ep 51: Lessons of War

Al Murray and James Holland discuss the post war historical debate in Germany.

Plus, is it true that Winston Churchill offered Northern Ireland to the Republic in exchange for Irish support in the war?

Other subjects up for debate are Britain’s offer to create a union with France and the German Halt Order in 1940.

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