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Singapore's Dunkirk: The Aftermath of the Fall

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When Singapore fell so ignominiously to the Japanese in February 1942, many tens of thousands of men, women and children were left to their own devices. It was truly 'every man for himself'. To stay in Singapore meant certain captivity and every probability of barbarity at the hands of the Japanese, that many tried to escape. This book tells of some of the remarkable and ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published August 19th 2003 by Pen & Sword Books (first published April 1989)
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An excellent work of research, with the history there. However, the writing is like a naval officer's report, without much pleasing literary style.
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