Ep 88: The War in the Air

Ep 88: The War in the Air

James Holland and Al Murray discuss the desperate situation in Malta before Spitfires were finally sent to the beleaguered island.

The lads also debate bomber command’s decision to start attacking Berlin rather than continuing to hammer the Ruhr.

And what happened to the huge number of Italians captured by the allies in Africa?

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