9 Dunkirk Diaries of Major Leslie Petch OBE WWII
"Champagne and scrambled eggs for supper!"
- The personal war diary and letters home from Major Petch offer a unique glimpse into the lives of the British soldiers during Dunkirk in 1940.
- "It'll all be over when it gets hotter" was the prevailing opinion.
- This changed in a matter of days as the weather did get hotter but the soldiers began a desperate fight for their lives in the face of Hitler's blitzkreig.
- A dramatic blow by blow account of the Major's writings.
- Would they get off the beaches at Dunkirk?
- Furious - Fascinating - Funny.
The first in a special WWII Dunkirk series. Recommended that you also listen to Podcast Episode 1 in this series - Bill Cheall's story of the beaches.
Great unpublished history!
Show notes at www.FightingThroughPodcast.co.uk
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