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21 Angus Wallace of the WW2 Podcast interviews Paul Cheall

21 Angus Wallace of the WW2 Podcast interviews Paul Cheall

Update: 2017-11-11
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Angus Wallace is the host of The WW2 Podcast and he interviews Paul Cheall about his Dad’s WWII memoirs, Fighting Through from Dunkirk to Hamburg, published by Pen and Sword.

Angus’ show involves chats with people who’ve had books published on military history. He asks Paul all sorts of questions about his Dad and his memoirs. If you subscribe to The WW2 podcast you may have already heard this interview before.

Show notes at www.FightingThroughPodcast.co.uk.

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The WW2 Podcast can be found at www.WW2Podcast.com.

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Angus Wallace, host of The WW2 Podcast.

 

 

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21 Angus Wallace of the WW2 Podcast interviews Paul Cheall

21 Angus Wallace of the WW2 Podcast interviews Paul Cheall

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