Mostly Unsung History Australian Army RAAF operations Malayan Emergency
  • Mostly Unsung History Australian Army RAAF operations Malayan Emergency
  • Mostly Unsung History Australian Army RAAF operations Malayan Emergency

Mostly Unsung History Australian Army RAAF operations Malayan Emergency

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Mostly Unsung Australia and The Commonwealth in the Malayan Emergency 1948-60 by N C Smith

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Australia and The Commonwealth in the Malayan Emergency 1948-60. Includes a history and detailed alphabetical roll of all Australian Army personnel who served.
The Malayan Emergency was declared on 18 June 1948, after a communist threat was detected. Australia's operations in the Emergency began in 1950 when RAAF aircraft were sent to Singapore. The Australian Army 2nd Battalion, ( Royal Australian Regiment 2RAR), was sent to Penang in later part of 1955. They were engaged in "mopping up" operations. In 1957, 3RAR replaced 2RAR. In turn, during October 1959 3RAR were replaced by 1RAR. Includes detailed alphabetical roll of all Australian Army personnel who served and Honour Roll of both Army and RAAF.
A total of 36 Australian servicemen died during the Emergency.

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Cover Soft (SB) or Hardback (HB):
Soft Cover stapled & tape bound spine
Book Condition:
PERFECT - NEW BOOK
Total Pages:
125
Dimensions in mm :
210 x 300 x 7
Publication Date:
1989
Comment:
1st edition Author Signed
Nominal Roll ? :-
Has member,honour and award roll

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