The Singapore Chinese Massacre
Even today it is difficult for many middle-aged Malaysian Chinese to find much that's attractive in the Japanese, who reportedly killed as many as 100,000 from this community during their occupation of Malaya. Their mass executions of civilians began in February 1942 in Singapore. This dispassionate account of these events and the subsequent war trials of those involved is based on both documentary and oral evidence from those who survived. Near Fine Paperback 133 pages including a bibliography.
Weight: 0.4kg. Post free within Malaysia
Condition : Apart from minor spotting on the text block, the book looks new.