Jungles Are Never Neutral
New. This book is compiled from extracts of the diary of an Irish Christian Brother who witnessed the fall of Singapore to the Japanese after which he and some fellow Catholic clergy were able to leave the city and set up a new colony in the jungle at Bahau, Negeri Sembilan. They were able to avoid internment as Ireland was neutral during the war. The account consists mainly of the Christian Brothers' attempts to build a new life for themselves, keeping a low profile as far as the Japanese were concerned and then working with allied forces and the Malayan resistance during the final days of the war. The book is illustrated with black and white phtographs. 136 pages.
Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by Media Masters, Ipoh, Malaysia 2008.
Condition: New. Paperback.