It Began In Singapore
GP Willis & Michael P O'Connor
A novel set amongst the Communist forces in Malaya and Singapore during World War II and the 'Emergency.' The book follows Liew Teck and Kang Siew as they join the resistance movement in the jungle and their experiences afterwards. The focus is particularly on the difficulties of the Straits Chinese during both conflicts. With a Foreword by Spencer Chapman who declares the book to be 'entirely authentic.' Very Good Hardback in a Good Dust Jacket. First Edition 189 pages.
Weight 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Robert Hale, London, 1958
Condition: The dust jacket has some rubbing and is tattered around the edges. There are shadows on the first and the last endpapers from the dust jacket flaps. There is a previous owner's name written neatly on a front end paper. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is medium tanning throughout.