Malay-Muslims, Islam, and the Rising Sun: 1941-1945
Abu Talib Ahmad
In what is arguably the first in depth study of the Malay community's reaction to the Japanese occupation, the author relying on both oral and documentary accounts produces a nuanced picture of the Malay experience. Amongst other topics, he tackles resistance to and collaboration with the occupation and the role of Islam during the period. 276 pages with a bibliography and index. Very Good First Edition Hardback
Weight: 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia
Condition: Apart from a 2 cm gash at the top of the spine and some minor spotting on the text block, the book looks new.
Published by Malaysian Branch Of The Royal Asiatic Society, Kuala Lumpur, 2003, First Edition