Ep 53: Racial Divisions and the War at Sea

Ep 53: Racial Divisions and the War at Sea

Al Murray and James Holland discuss the issues of race in the US armed forces during World War Two, including the little known Battle of Bamber Bridge. Also up for discussion is the importance of the war at sea as James explains how the wrong approach by the German Kriegsmarine proved decisive.

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