Odd Man Out:
The Story of the Singapore Traitor
Michael Elphick & Peter Smith
The Japanese overcame British defences in Malaya not only because of their superior fire power and military training, but also because of their meticulous preparation aided by intelligence from the country. Unknown to many, even after the 'treachery' was discovered, the Japanese had at least one mole amongst the British officer class. The British never made the affair public and the main records were lost in the fall of Singapore, but through piecing together reminiscences of survivors, the authors have managed to produce this amazing story. 265 pages including a bibliography, an index and some black and white plates.
Weight 0.4kg. Post free within Malaysia
Coronet, London, 1994. Reprint. ISBN: 0340617012
Condition: Very Good. Paperback.The cover has minimal wear and the spine is not creased. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is barely noticeable tanning throughout.