The sinking of the battleship HMS Repulse by the Japanese was one of the worst reverses suffered by the British in World War II. This is a memoir of an ordinary seaman who survived the attack. His account confirms that the disaster was unnecessary and mainly the fault of bad decision making in London. 230 pages. Very Good Paperback. First Edition. Signed
Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Condition: Apart from minimal cover wear and the book being slightly bent, it looks new. *The book has been signed by the author*
Published by Pentland Press, Edinburgh, UK, 1998, First Edition.