Ep 52: Inside the Archives

Ep 52: Inside the Archives

James Holland reports from Washington as he continues to research his forthcoming book on the battle for Sicily.

Reporting from inside the US archives, James explains his research methods and reads from the forgotten accounts and intriguing diary entries of a German, an Italian and an American involved in the battle.

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