With Freedom to Singapore
Gilmour, a civil engineer who escaped Singapore in 1942, was part of both the British team planning for a return to the city in the final days of the Pacific war and also a senior member of the administration set up to take over from the Japanese. His account not only gives a graphic view of sorting out the mess that followed the Allied victory, but also speculates as to how the war was likely to give rise to a turbulent aftermath. 277 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page.
Weight 0.6kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Ernest Benn, London, 1950. First edition
Condition: Good. Hardback in a fair dust jacket. The dust jacket is still protecting the cover, but is rubbed at the edges and missing bits at the top and base of the spine and at the back. The cover is OK, but the spine lettering worn. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is mild tanning throughout.