Colonel Gray and the Armoured Cars :
The Malayan Police, 1948-1952
This is a review of the tenure of Colonel Nicol Gray as Commissioner of Police for three years at the beginning of the Malayan 'Emergency.'. Although the author credits him with breaking the back of the insurrection by 1951, Gray's term in office ended in acrimony, which included an accusation that he should have provided the police with armoured cars. The author was serving police officer at the time and looks on Gray's role more favourably than most. Very Good Paperback. First Edition 44 pages. For further details please see the scanned contents page
Weight: 0.5 kg Post free within Malaysia
Condition : The cover has minor dirt marks and wear. Otherwise the book looks new.