First published 2020 in Malaysia by Strategic Information and Research Development Centre
Republished in Australia in 2020 by For Pity Sake Publishing
This review by Dr A.T. Ross is republished by kind permission of For Pity Sake Publishing
Despite its catchy and slightly misleading title, this is an important work on a long-ignored part of the Second World War in North Borneo.
Major Tom Harrisson led a party of 42 soldiers sent to gather intelligence prior to the landings of Australian forces in Borneo in 1945. Little was known about the natives, the terrain, or Japanese operations in the area of prime interest, the border ranges of British North Borneo and the Dutch East Indies.Continue Reading“Review: Kill the Major by Paul Malone”