Military Historian Michael Neiberg on Dunkirk and the Fall of France
In Conversation with James Holland and Al Murray on We Have Ways of Making You Talk
We Have Ways of Making You Talk is a weekly show exploring the war in close up, hosted by comedian Al Murray and historian James Holland as they discuss all matters Second World War.
As clouds lift over Dunkirk the evacuation has to be suspended during daylight hours. Meanwhile the men on the perimeter resort to desperate measures to hold up the German advance. On today’s episode of We Have Ways of Making You Talk, Al and James are joined by U.S. military historian Michael Neiberg to look at Dunkirk and the fall of France from an American perspective.
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Michael Neiberg is a professor of history and the Henry L. Stimson Chair of History and Security Studies in the Department of National Security and Strategy at the U.S. Army War College. The author of several award-winning books, Neiberg lives in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.