Battle of Britain Bombing
Historian Lucy Worsley explores The Battle of Britain and the paranoia that it left behind. Watch this as well as many other documentaries on BBC Select – available on Amazon Prime Video Channels and the Apple TV app.
Historian Lucy Worsley explores some of the myths surrounding The Blitz, one of the most devastating bombing campaigns of WWII as Hitler’s Luftwaffe bombed the city of London for many months. The common perception is that Londoners displayed unwavering solidarity that got them through the rest of the war. But, as this BBC history documentary demonstrates, the truth was far more complicated. This clip is from Blitz Spirit with Lucy Worsley, watch now on BBC Select. Watch the trailer below:
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