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In the majority of fiction the good guys win and the bad guys lose, the side characters come and , but the one constant throughout this read was the loss of good men for no good reasons.
Bad weather blowing entire planes off course and scattering the sticks, injured men having to be left in the desert or the jungle with their only hope of survival being capture; simply doing their jobs resulted in unfathomable losses.
At any time proposing and implementing a new system of warfare has the potential to be a dangerous course of action but in the middle of a war the incredibly high stakes amplifies everything.
Rogue Heroes is a powerful and unforgettable reading experience. Ben Macintyre does a superb job capturing the sense of adventure that inspired these men to fight a different way and the intensity and commitment with which they did so.
Very highly recommended. View all 3 comments. Aug 30, Book Riot Community added it Shelves: new-books-liberty-s-recs. Macintyre has a knack for finding outrageous stories from history and turning them into fascinating books that read like thrillers.
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Mar 21, HBalikov rated it really liked it. You can look through a lot of World War II history books written between and the end of the 20th century and not find more than a mention of the S.
This group consisted of a small number of British Army soldiers later linked with other countries' forces that were primarily functioning in North Africa during the time the Allies were battling with Rommel to control this vast territory.
According to Ben Macintyre, their role and actions have required a high security clearance to review t You can look through a lot of World War II history books written between and the end of the 20th century and not find more than a mention of the S.
According to Ben Macintyre, their role and actions have required a high security clearance to review the documents that detail S. Rogue Heroes may be the first book to look deeply and exclusively into their origins and how these troops may have affected the outcome of some familiar campaigns.
This book goes into detail on the personalities involved in creating and running the S. By the way, the initials stand for Special Air Service, a total misnomer.
It was meant to fool the Nazis into thinking that these guys were going to be parachuting behind enemy lines to do their damage.
There is no attempt to make the S. Many of them were captured and not treated well. Many of them had narrow escapes. Sillito was part of a small group trying to sabotage a rail line being used by the Nazis.
They came under attack by a night patrol and in the battle he became separated. He had only a few items, no weapon, just a compass and a small canteen of water meant to last less than 24 hours.
His choice was between surrendering or trying to make it across miles of desert not a typo to where the rest of his S.
In choosing the latter, he endured some incredible experiences, near capture, heat stroke and was finally found barely alive almost two weeks later.
Most of his buddies never made it back, and he never was the same. Macintyre provides new details about this legendary WWII group and presents their goals and accomplishments in a way that never seems to compromise historical accuracy while relating the details in a compelling narrative.
There is more to the history of the S. View 2 comments. Dec 19, Thomas rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Military history fans.
Shelves: librarything , military. It was the brainchild of David Stirling, an eccentric Scottish aristocrat who was not a very good soldier in the traditional sense.
But his offbeat, unusual mind came up with the idea of a small mobile force that go behind German lines and wreak havoc on the unprepared Afrika Corps.
Stirling was a terrible University student: "If he ever opened a book, the event was not recorded. The book is well written and easy to read.
It still exists today. The author wrote this book with the cooperation of the SAS. I rate this book 3. Thanks to the publisher and LibraryThing for sending me this uncorrected proof copy.
The table of contents lists a bibliography and a list of maps, which were not in this book. Feb 07, A. Sowards rated it it was amazing Shelves: audio-book , nonfiction , history-wwii , historys , Five big stars for this book!
He chooses a cast that is wide enough to cover the story, but small enough for a reader to follow. The men, like their mission, were unconventional, complicated, flawed, interesting, and sometimes very funny.
The thinking was that a few men could cause a lot of havoc for the Germans and Italians. If they were successful, they would help the Allied war effort.
Some of their exploits were jaw-dropping. The enemy gradually changed their defenses, and the SAS changed their tactics.
They gathered information and struck the Nazis from within enemy lines. Their success took a toll, on the enemy, but also on the SAS men—physically and mentally.
When the war ended, the SAS was disbanded. But only for a few years. The unconventional warfare they fought was soon recognized as valuable, and the SAS was reborn.
They are the model for most Special Forces units in existence today. Note: I won an arc of this book on Goodreads a few years ago. I listened to the audiobook instead.
The audiobook is read by the author. Jan 03, Nigeyb rated it liked it. Ben Macintyre was the first person to be given full access to the Special Air Service SAS library which contained a wealth of varied and detailed information.
By its nature, a WW2 history of the SAS lacks the compelling narrative which makes his other work so gripping but yet still contains some great anecdotes and memorable characters and - if you're interested in WW2 history - is well worth seeking out.
The first bomb went off at forty-two minutes past midnight, followed by three more in quick succession as the attackers scrambled off the airfield….
The next morning…Fraser was summoned to report to the brigadier. He recounts the genesis of the unit, then moves on to its first and often unsuccessful baby steps in the African campaign, then on to later developments in the European theater, primarily Italy and Germany.
The SAS has become a legend, but the true story contains darkness as well as light, tragedy and evil alongside heroism; it is a tale of unparalleled bravery and ingenuity, interspersed with moments of rank incompetence, raw brutality and touching human frailty.
The men of SAS were a colorful lot, and Macintyre demonstrates a flair for the quick character study. This I much appreciated, as it helped me remember who was who in the extensive cast of SAS figures.
First and foremost was Lieutenant David Stirling, the founder of the SAS, an unfailingly polite but unconventional man. When sober, he seemed subdued and thoughtful, but Paddy was transformed by drink into a raging bull.
Mayne led some of the most successful SAS attacks, but his actions in battle sometimes demonstrated almost suicidal bravery and at other times cold-blooded murder.
Essentially, each chapter of the book is a concise narrative of a major operation undertaken by the SAS. As these were generally carried out by small groups, there are brief synopses of the key figures involved, followed by a dramatic recounting of the action.
Although this renders the structure of the book episodic, it is engrossing nontheless, particularly as the accounts are laced with flashes of humor and genuine drama.
In fact, I found myself wondering how many of these exploits had already been mined or will be mined by Hollywood scripwriters.
Some operations were spectacular successes, while others were catastrophes. As promised, he cleaves to his goal of telling the unvarnished truth. Aside from fighting with what amounted to a death sentence if captured, the SAS was now fighting alongside various European partisan forces, who were a mixed bag, often poorly trained and equipped, prone to endless infighting and, on more than one occasion, betrayed by spies and informants.
In one of the most sobering chapters of the book, Macintyre describes the horrifying conditions the SAS men witnessed. While I was told that writing a review was optional, I am happy to share my honest opinion on this latest work by one of my favorite nonfiction authors.
Sep 12, Cheese rated it it was amazing. A fantasticly well researched and written book. I can't stand books that over dramatise events and embelish them to get more drama out of them.
This didn't need embelishing, the writer kept the balance throughout. Astonishing tales of suicidal heroism and extremely moving tragedy on a regular basis make this book a must read.
It really makes you appreciate the idea that was the creation of the SAS, and how change can change the world for the better.
A lone unit deployed behind enemy lines, to caus A fantasticly well researched and written book. A lone unit deployed behind enemy lines, to cause absolute havoc and destroy the enemies moral.
If these brave men didn't exist, I think the world would be a different place today. View all 5 comments. Nov 16, Donna rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction.
I liked this, so three stars. I liked the history of this particular time frame. It really is interesting how things all played out and fell into place.
They were tenacious even when things didn't work. I enjoyed that part of it So now with that being said, this was a little dry especially the beginning.
But once I fell into its rhythm, it worked for me. Nov 25, Chris rated it it was amazing. Really enjoyed this both exhaustive and episodic history of Britain's renegade special forces and the crazy risks they took in North Africa and Europe to help defeat Nazi Germany.
Jun 02, Brandon Forsyth rated it liked it. I love Ben Macintyre - I think I have four or five of his books on my shelf, and I love the way he blends personal details with gripping narrative non-fiction.
I think he's one of the best in the business. Which is why it pains me to say this is not his best work. All the hallmarks are there, but there's just something missing.
I think it's due to profiling an organization as opposed to specific individuals - some flamboyant characters rise out of the soup of tactics and division names, but not e I love Ben Macintyre - I think I have four or five of his books on my shelf, and I love the way he blends personal details with gripping narrative non-fiction.
I think it's due to profiling an organization as opposed to specific individuals - some flamboyant characters rise out of the soup of tactics and division names, but not enough to craft a really compelling narrative.
Still, mediocre Macintyre is better than most. View 1 comment. Oct 24, Glen rated it really liked it Shelves: firstreads , history.
I won an ARC of this book in a goodreads drawing. Most of the time is spent on defining the characters during the North African desert campaign and then following them through the spoiler alert liberation of Europe.
I'm sure someone could have written a page version of this history but I appreciated the fast pace, emphasis on personalities over battle specifics, and the in-depth research done by the author to p A nice account of the early years of the SAS in World War II with a distinctly British sense of humor that made reading it a joy.
I'm sure someone could have written a page version of this history but I appreciated the fast pace, emphasis on personalities over battle specifics, and the in-depth research done by the author to pull out lots of interesting trivia and anecdotes.
The only improvement I would have made is to just make the book about the desert since it made for the most interesting material.
But the subsequent sections, especially the ones where they sneak into occupied cities in regular cars was highly enjoyable. I strongly recommend this for military history fans.
Jun 06, Andrew rated it really liked it. Never in the field of human conflict has so much been destroyed by so many - misfits, rogues, psychopaths, traitors, savants, and all out geniuses - yet known by so few.
So goes the wartime history of the early SAS, and told from their own archives never before opened up to a historian. Like the saying goes, you couldn't make this stuff up!
Jun 01, AnnaG rated it it was amazing Shelves: , history , mind-expander , war. They were clearly a remarkable group of men at a remarkable time.
Oct 09, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: physical-books , januaryreading , rereads , nonfiction. The incredible untold story of WWII s greatest secret fighting force, as told by our great modern master of wartime intrigue Britain s Special Air Service or SAS was the brainchild of David Stirling, a young, gadabout aristocrat whose aimlessness in early life belied a remarkable strategic mind.
Where most of his colleagues looked at a battlefield map of World War II s African theater and saw a protracted struggle with Rommel s desert forces, Stirling saw an opportunity: given a small numbe The incredible untold story of WWII s greatest secret fighting force, as told by our great modern master of wartime intrigue Britain s Special Air Service or SAS was the brainchild of David Stirling, a young, gadabout aristocrat whose aimlessness in early life belied a remarkable strategic mind.
Where most of his colleagues looked at a battlefield map of World War II s African theater and saw a protracted struggle with Rommel s desert forces, Stirling saw an opportunity: given a small number of elite, well-trained men, he could parachute behind enemy lines and sabotage their airplanes and war material.
Paired with his constitutional opposite, the disciplined martinet Jock Lewes, Stirling assembled a revolutionary fighting force that would upend not just the balance of the war, but the nature of combat itself.
He faced no little resistance from those who found his tactics ungentlemanly or beyond the pale, but in the SAS s remarkable exploits facing the Nazis in the Africa and then on the Continent can be found the seeds of nearly all special forces units that would follow.
Bringing his keen eye for psychological detail to a riveting wartime narrative, Ben Macintyre uses his unprecedented access to SAS archives to shine a light inside a legendary unit long shrouded in secrecy.
Which our modern American and Canadian special operations forces can trace their heritage to that unit, this book isn't about them but about Britain's Secret Special Forces which to this day is the grandfather to the US Delta Force and Nave Seals and with out them we would never have those types of heroes.
Plus the author himself doesn't just stick to conspiracy and espionage aspects of their story , he brings to life the more straightforward military history of the SAS in its first incarnation , and creation , to the solders that joined and the ones that lost their lives , to the ones that was captured and lost , to the their missions whither they was a successful or not, to the lives they lived doing and between missions , the friend ships that grew ,and so much more, so once again I can not tell you that this is a book that need to be read, so go and pick it up either for your self or for a friend or family member.
Feb 20, Jerome rated it really liked it. A well-written, compelling and very readable history of the SAS during the war, told through the experiences of several members.
Some more material on their recruitment and training process would have helped. A clear, vivid, and well-researched work. Dec 14, Pamela Huck rated it liked it.
I read this book while Aleppo was under siege and finally fell on 13 December With thousands and thousands of innocents slaughtered in the ruins of their destroyed homes while the whole world was watching, I found it hard to accept that the author doesn't tackle a single one of the many pressing questions concerning the "guerilla tactics" the SAS so famously adopted for warefare.
MacIntyre seems to have stuck completely to the testimony of the SAS and other military. This makes for a quite I read this book while Aleppo was under siege and finally fell on 13 December This makes for a quite repetitive read, with one ambush followed by another secret attack again and again.
The troubled personalities of some of his protagonists - finding out more about which has drawn me to this book in the first place - remain relatively obscure.
For me, this was hagiography for the SAS. Some of the men delivered typically British puns and showed a sense of humour that made me laugh out loud, so I can somehow understand that one can get carried away a little.
But I would recommend the book only to militaria-enthusiasts. Oct 26, Michael rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads. I received this book through a Goodreads "First-Reads" Giveaway.
I would give this 3. I particularly enjoyed the first half of the book, which focused on the young officer, David Stirling, who founded the unit and SAS's early exploits in North Africa which in many cases were quite amateurish and disastrous for I received this book through a Goodreads "First-Reads" Giveaway.
I particularly enjoyed the first half of the book, which focused on the young officer, David Stirling, who founded the unit and SAS's early exploits in North Africa which in many cases were quite amateurish and disastrous for the SAS as opposed to the Germans and Italians.
The evolution of the unit and its changing tactics during that first year of operations was quite fascinating.
I thought the book bogged down somewhat once the unit was shifted to Europe much like the Allied offensive in late But all in all a good read, and certainly recommended without question if you are already a fan of Mr.
Macintyre's other books or enjoy military history written at the micro-level with lots of "you are there" descriptions of small unit engagements.
Dec 27, Relstuart rated it really liked it Shelves: history , world-war-ii , military. The SAS began as a small unit dedicated to going behind enemy lines and blowing up their planes or other things.
This history of that unit captures the people and their challenges fairly well and includes lots of smaller stories and events to keep things interesting.
Oct 26, Erica rated it really liked it. Well written, interesting, and sometimes humorous account of the SAS. There was some language when he was quoting people as well as some sexual innuendos.
Overall very informative and engaging. Ben Macintyre has now joined the ranks of those authors whose writing I will read automatically, not caring what subject matter he treats, because I know whatever he finds interesting I will, too.
His book on the Kim Philby betrayal, A Spy Among Friends, was the best I have read on that particular subject and I have read several highly acclaimed versions because of his keen insight into the psychology of the players, his knowledge and understanding of the times, his original research, and the Ben Macintyre has now joined the ranks of those authors whose writing I will read automatically, not caring what subject matter he treats, because I know whatever he finds interesting I will, too.
His book on the Kim Philby betrayal, A Spy Among Friends, was the best I have read on that particular subject and I have read several highly acclaimed versions because of his keen insight into the psychology of the players, his knowledge and understanding of the times, his original research, and the clarity and depth of the writing.
It's the story of a group of unique and eccentric people who envisioned a different type of warfare and whose success and failures blazed a trail that would be followed by many modern units such as US Delta Force and Navy Seals.
He handles a complex story containing many characters with a rare clarity, not shying away from the darker sides of the story and human costs involved.
A writer of rare and penetrating honesty and a terrific story. Apr 09, Lou Fillari rated it really liked it Recommends it for: unemployed hostel owners.
Clever and brave human beings abound in this book. It's about the birth of Special Operations units that take on dangerous missions covertly and with varying success rates.
I can tell myself most of these accounts are true, making the actions performed by these ordinary people extraordinarily impressive. Maybe not entirely ordinary people.
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