This book was published roughly 50 years after the British and US armed services first started taking jungle warfare seriously. As a result it is a review of the history of this method of fighting particularly during World War II, The Malayan Emergency and the Vietnam War together with recommendations for its future development. Cross was involved not only as a fighter but set up and ran at least one jungle warfare training school. Very Good Hardback in a Good Dust Jacket. First Edition 222 pages which include a bibliography, an index and appendices on Immediate action drills, Japanese Training, Ambushes and Life on the Lines of Communication. The book is divided into four parts, namely - I - Setting the Scene, II - Conventional Warfare in Jungle Terrain, III - Unconventional Warfare in Jungle Terrain and IV - Jungle Craft and the Future.
Weight 0.80 Kg. Postage within Malaysia is free
Condition : The dust jacket has a little bit of wear around the edges and a surface tear on the front. The binding is tight and there is no tanning throughout.