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A study of military tactics and techniques of the British campaign against the Communist terrorists in Malaya between 1947 and 1960. Discussed are the characteristics and major problems of jungle warfare in general and of the situation in Malaya in particular. The chief approaches and methods that enabled the ground forces of the Commonwealth to defeat the insurgents are described.

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