Rogue Warrior of the SAS: The Blair Mayne Legend - Martin Dillon, Roy Bradford Reviews
Description:ISBN 1840187239 / Paperback: 288 pages / Publisher: Mainstream Publishing / Published: 22 May 2003
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I enjoy reading about the SAS, especially the originals, the men behind the lines in WW2. These were a band of misfits - men not really cut out for all the rules and regulations of the military, but they were also the finest warriors the British army has ever known. In two years operating behind enemy lines with only a handful of men, the originals took out more enemy aircraft than the entire RAF. These are men who dared anything - but didn't always win - only a handful would survive the war. Among them was - in my opinion - the greatest of them all Lt Col Blair Mayne - or Paddy Mayne. Paddy was said to be without fear - a statement he denied - only an ... Read the complete review