Ep 80: Bombers and Boats

Ep 80: Bombers and Boats

Al Murray and James Holland range from bombing raids to the little boats of D-Day in this final episode from the Imperial War Museum.

An Australian crewed Lancaster, veteran of 49 missions including nine trips to Berlin, captures the lads’ attention.

Then James debunks the myth around the importance of the little boats at Dunkirk.

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