Deadly Secrets: The Singapore Raids 1942-45

Lynette Ramsay Silver SHOP:9781863514101
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When Australian Bill Reynolds escaped from Singapore in February 1942, sailing in a battered Japanese fishing boat, he had no idea that his vessel would be the catalyst for a daring mission behind enemy lines. Sailing in the Krait, a small band of intrepid men attacked enemy shipping in Singapore Harbour, an action with far reaching and tragic consequences. The following year, members of the same team undertook a second and more ambitious raid - Operation Rimau. Historian Lynette Silver tells the story of both these raids and gives an insight into the hazardous world of covert operations. Soft cover, photographs, 464 pages.

Also available by Lynette Ramsay Silver:
Blood Brothers: Sabah and Australia 1942-1945
Sandakan: a conspiracy of silence
The bridge at Parit Sulong

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