3 edition of The Communist menace in Malaya. found in the catalog.
The Communist menace in Malaya.
London ed. (Harrap) has title: Menace in Malaya.
|Series||Books that matter|
|LC Classifications||DS597 .M53 1954b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||54011674|
Malaya. British troops fighting communist rebels. BV. A Company of the 1st Battalion the Worcestershire Regiment walking along road past sign "Kampong Norton" (first 7' for super) CU. In June Communist insurgent forces commenced a guerrilla war to end British rule in Malaya. During the ensuing 12 years of conflict there were reported 'contacts' between units of the Security Forces and the Communist enemy. Eventually Malaya was made independent, and the British and their Commonwealth allies emerged victorious. Written and illustrated by infantry veterans of the Price: $
Free Online Library: Recent books on Malayan independence.("Templer and the Road to Malayan Independence: The Man and His Time" and "Original Sin? Revising the Revisionist Critique of the Operation Coldstore in Singapore", Book review) by "Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania"; Anthropology, archeology, folklore Books Book reviews. Six aspects of the communist threat to Singapore are worth noting. Foreign proxy. First, the MCP was a foreign implant in Malaya and Singapore, and a proxy for foreign powers.
This active force was supported by the Min Yuen (People’s Movement), sympathisers that possibly numbe (Komer, p. 8 from British reporting but notes that Miller in Menace in Malaya quotes a figure of ,, a number which seems ‘far too high’). The CTs were weak, a point quickly recognised by the British. National Liberation War. In June a state of emergency was declared in the British colony of Malaya (now Malaysia). The Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA) - the armed wing of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) - began attacking rubber plantations, mines and police stations, derailing trains and burning workers' houses.
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Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. A comprehensive and rewarding picture of the Malayan situation deals with the many components of the war in specific terms. Miller at once follows the battle of the Communists and the Government to win the population. The Communist Insurrection In Malaya book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(4). American ed. (New York, Praeger) has title: The communist menace in Malaya. Description: pages illustrations 22 cm. Menace in Malaya. By Harry Miller.
(Harrap. 15s.) THE book is not nearly as lurid as its title and dust-cover would suggest. It is, in fact, a singularly temperate and well-informed account of the Communist-created 'emergency' in Malaya. Even those who hope—or fear—to find additional fuel for current contro- versy are likely to be disappointed, for the first two hundred out of two hundred and.
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book. To ward off the communist danger, which is becoming greater every day, people must unite to save democracy and a free way of life for all. If people do not work unitedly, they will all be swept Missing: Malaya.
See Harry Miller, The Communist Menace in Malaya (New York: Praeger, ), p Pre-publication version – Final version published in Defence Stud nos. (),Author: David Ucko. The M.C.P. was concerned more with its objective of establishing a Communist Republic in Malaya than in resisting the Japanese, but guerrillas (not more than 4, at the time) were nevertheless a big thorn in the side of the invader, harrassing his communications and forcing.
Part of the Studies in Military and Strategic History book series (SMSH) Abstract The Communist Menace in Malaya. (New York: Praeger, ), pp. 82–4. FARELF and the Malayan Emergency, – In: The British Army, the Gurkhas and Cold War Strategy in the Far East, – Studies in Military and Strategic : Raffi Gregorian.
The Malayan Emergency (Malay: Darurat Malaya) was a guerrilla war fought in the Federation of Malaya from until The conflict was between Commonwealth armed forces and pro independence fighters of the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), the military wing of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP).Location: Malay Peninsula, Southeast Asia.
Communist Party of Malaya’s office in Kuala Lumpur before the Emergency. A War that was Not. The conflict which broke out in was referred to by the rebels as the Anti-British National Liberation War.
However, the British refused to refer to it as a war at all. Lloyds of London insured Malaya’s rubber and tin manufacturers. ("Dog" is an insult in China, and "capitalist running dog" became a favorite Maoist curse.) "The War of the Running Dogs" was the Communist insurgency in Malaya, which lasted from June to Julyfirst against the British protectorate and then, after Augustagainst the newly independent Federation of by: 9.
See Michael Stenson, ‘The Ethnic and Urban Bases of Communist Revolt in Malaya’, from John Wilson Lewis (ed.), Peasant Rebellion and Communist Revolution in Asia, Stanford Google Scholar For ‘divide and rule’ in Malaya see Frank Furedi, ‘Britain’s Colonial Wars: Playing the Ethnic Card’, Journal of Commonwealth and Author: John Newsinger.
The 7th Dawn is a drama film starring William Holden, Capucine and Tetsuro friends who fought the Japanese in Malaya during World War II end up on opposing sides in the Communist insurgency that follows the war.
The film was based on the novel The Durian Tree by Michael Keon. Cast William Holden as Major Ferris Capucine as Dhana Tetsuro Tamba as Ng. The Malayan Emergency, which saw thousands of deaths, lasted from until and started after the armed wing of the Malayan Communist Party began wreaking havoc in.
The war in Malaya, Britain was simply resisting communist expansion. “Even by Aprilthe extent of the communist threat to Malaya was not fully appreciated by the British government”, Jackson comments. Former Sunday Times correspondent James Adams notes in his book that since Malaya was a British colony.
As we have moved from a consideration of the general doctrines of People’s Liberation Communism, through a survey of the history of the Malayan Communist Party, to a more detailed analysis of the personal experiences of a group of former Communists, we have noted much that may be of value in formulating policies to meet the menace of.
A competent account, by a newspaper correspondent, of the background of the insurrection in Malaya and of the organization and methods of the Malayan Communist Party.The Malayan Communist party is the subject of a book by Harry Miller, a staff member of The Straits Times of Singapore.
Praeger will issue it Thursday with the title "The Communist Menace in.The Malayan Communist Party (MCP), officially known as the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM), was a political party in the Federation of Malaya and Malaysia. It was founded in and laid down its arms in It is most known for its role in the Malayan ed by: South Seas Communist Party.