- Deadly secrets: The Singapore Raids 1942-45
Deadly secrets: The Singapore Raids 1942-45
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.
Details: Non-fiction, published 2010.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 464 pages.
Dimensions: 25.5 cm (h) x 18.0 cm (w).