Ep 198: Matt Mackinnon-Pattison – Part 2

Ep 198: Matt Mackinnon-Pattison – Part 2

After growing up in a Scottish orphanage Matt Mackinnon-Pattison volunteered for the army at the first opportunity and found himself fighting with a Highland regiment in Italy. In this second part of his conversation with James Holland we hear of his exploits with the SAS.

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