Ep 86: From Dunkirk to Sicily

Ep 86: From Dunkirk to Sicily

Would Britain have sued for peace if the army had been lost at Dunkirk? And just how important was the battle for the Mediterranean? Al Murray and James Holland make a case for the Allies’ success in the Med having a major influence on the battle for the eastern front.

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