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Rogue Warrior of the SAS Half A Century After His Death, Lt Col Robert Blair Mayne Is Still Regarded As One Of The Greatest Soldiers In The History Of Military Special Operations He Was The Most Decorated British Soldier Of The Second World War, Receiving Four DSOs, The Croix De Guerre, And The Legion D Honneur, And He Pioneered Tactics Used Today By The SAS And Other Special Operations Units Worldwide Rogue Warrior Of The SAS Tells The Remarkable Life Story Of Colonel Paddy, Whose Exceptional Physical Strength And Uniquely Swift Reflexes Made Him A Fearsome Opponent But His Unorthodox Rules Of War And His Resentment Of Authority Would Deny Him The Ultimate Accolade Of The Victoria Cross Drawing On Personal Letters And Family Papers, Declassified SAS Files And Records, Together With The Official SAS Diary Compiled In Wartime And Eyewitness Accounts, This Is The True Story Of The Soldier.

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Rogue Warrior of the SAS
  • Roy Bradford
  • English
  • 09 July 2018
  • 1840187239

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  1. says:

    Great biography and gave me some good laughs as well, e.g in that part where he tries to drive a jeep up the main marble staircase at Hylands House I love this guy I couldn t help but think of Achilles in the Iliad when I read the following, from the first year in the North African desertPaddy Mayne did not take kindly to the news that he was going to be left behind to train new SAS volunteers instead of going on a raid His mood was one of resentful insubordination Stirling tells how Great biography and gave me some good laughs as well, e.g in that part where he tries to drive a jeep up the main marble staircase at Hylands House I love this guy I couldn t help but think of Achilles in the Iliad when I read the following, from the first year in the North African desertPaddy Mayne did not take kindly to the news that he was going to be left behind to train new SAS volunteers instead of going on a raid His mood was one of resentful insubordination Stirling tells how he began what he could only describe as a massive sulk in his tent There, having constructed for himself a huge bed and laid in a stock of Pengu...


  2. says:

    This was a decent biography of one of the most decorated British soldiers of WWII It s pretty readable The battle accounts and anecdotes from the war tended to be exciting or quite humorous.It just feels as though something is missing from this book Perhaps, the interviews of SAS veterans interspersed throughout the book bothered me I prefer a differ...


  3. says:

    Very interesting account, of a brilliant commando, probably not very well known outside the UK, if there What he did, probably measures up to the best of soldiers in the war, and his tale deserves to be better known A TV series akin to Band of Brothers would be a good idea.


  4. says:

    A solid read for those interested in Blair Mayne and the early SAS Other books, like Sterling s have better coverage of the North African actions This book fares better in its coverage of actions in France and into Germany where the authors hadprimary sources Yet the result can be disjointed and awkwardly written at times The biographical coverage of Mayne and his life is decently done Bottom line, a good read for those interested in the topic but neit...


  5. says:

    My family is from the same small town in Northern Ireland I remember my father telling me many stories about Blair Mayne, before I read my first book about him When I first read this book what can I say A tremendously good read So much so that reading about Blair Mayne, inspired me to join ...

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