Summary

Dr Daniel Todman is a senior lecturer in history at Queen Mary University in London. He has particular interest in the social, military and cultural history of Britain. He discusses the first in an ambitious 2-volume work on Britain's role in the Second World War in Britain's War: Volume 1, Into Battle, 1937-1941.
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2 out of 5 stars
By periphron on 06-10-16

Garbled "BBC-speak"

I just did not find that this interview added much to my interest in reading the book, plus the fact that it is conducted in garbled "BBC-speak"--despite the fact that I studied in England and am accustomed to British accents, nevertheless, I found the interview difficult to understand clearly and to follow.

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