SAS: The History of the Special Raiding Squadron Paddys Men Stewart McClean

ISBN: 9781862272873

Published: February 1st 2006

Hardcover

180 pages


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SAS: The History of the Special Raiding Squadron Paddys Men  by  Stewart McClean

SAS: The History of the Special Raiding Squadron Paddys Men by Stewart McClean
February 1st 2006 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 180 pages | ISBN: 9781862272873 | 5.42 Mb

Illustrated with never-seen before photographs from the men involved, the first detailed history of this relatively small but vitally important unit (250/300 in total strength), drawn from the 1st Special Air Service Regiment after victory in theMoreIllustrated with never-seen before photographs from the men involved, the first detailed history of this relatively small but vitally important unit (250/300 in total strength), drawn from the 1st Special Air Service Regiment after victory in the desert.

Commanded by the legendary Robert Blair Mayne DSO (3 bars), Croix de Guerre, Legion DHonneur, or Col Paddy as he would become more famously known throughout the world, due credit is finally given to their heroism in Sicily and mainland Italy. Through an amalgamation of extensive research and true-life stories, Stewart McLean reveals the lives of the men who served during the Sicilian and Italian campaigns - from the history of the mother ship to the song of the regiment.



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