The Fall of Singapore
An account of the fall of Singapore to the Japanese. Although Owen is highly critical of The British mismanagement of the defence of Malaya, his narrative has a very British focussed perspective, hardly giving much thought to the Malayan citizens who were to bear the brunt of the occupation that followed. 206 pages with an index. Fair Hardback Reprint
Weight: 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Michael Joseph, London, 1960
Condition: The cover has suffered from an insect attack eating into the original cloth. The half title page and an end paper are heavily tanned. Otherwise The binding is tight and there is medium tanning throughout.