A History of the Singapore Volunteer Corps, 1854-1937, Being Also An Historical Outline of Volunteering in Malaya
This is a history of the volunteer forces, initially made up of British residents, but later of Malayans as well, established to support the regular army and police. The comprehensive history, based mainly on documentary research, covers the period from the Corps' founding, shortly after Chinese riots in Singapore, until shortly before the Japanese invasion of Malaya. The Singapore Corps was the first such body in the British Empire. This is a facsimile of the original edition published in 1938. Near Fine Paperback. Reprint 205 pages with various appendices, black and white plates and an index.
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