British Policy and Malay Politics During the Malayan Union Experiment 1942-1948
The progress towards independence in Malaya following the end of World War II was far from smooth. Although the most visible and disruptive events during the period were as a result of the Communist insurgency, there was a fair amount of turmoil in the domestic political scene as well. In this book, Stockwell recounts the efforts of the British to foist a Malayan Union, concocted by the British with little consultation during the war, on the Malayan people. Good Paperback. First Edition. 206 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page.
Weight: 0.6 kg Post free within Malaysia
Condition: There is a small amount of cover wear and a few smudges of dirt on it. The first and the last page of the book are heavily tanned. Otherwise the binding is tight and there is mild tanning throughout. A previous owner's name is written neatly on the half title page.