Ep 317: Ronny Scott

Ep 317: Ronny Scott

While Argentina remained neutral throughout the Second World War, around 4,000 Argentinians volunteered to fight for the Allies.

One of them was the extraordinary Ronny Scott. Now 103 years old, the veteran pilot joins Al Murray and James Holland to recount his incredible wartime story.

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