Ep 196: Matt Mackinnon-Pattison – Part 1

Ep 196: Matt Mackinnon-Pattison – Part 1

Matt Mackinnon-Pattison served with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders during the war and later joined the SAS where he was parachuted behind enemy lines in northern Italy.

James Holland recently interviewed Matt in Cumbria. This is the first part of their fascinating conversation.

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