There have been several accounts of Major Tom Harrisson's exploits leading a group of Kelabit, Australians, British and New Zealanders in behind the lines operations to disrupt the Japanese forces in Sarawak at the end of World War II. In this book, the author, a veteran Australian journalist, provides the most up to date account of how this small group, in the Semut 1 operation, killed more than a thousand Japanese. Despite this Harrisson's relationship with his men was so bad that many wished that he hadn't survived either. Perhaps one can understand why the main biography of Harrisson is titled, 'The Most Offending Soul Alive.' New Paperback 200 pages with an index.
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