Britain's Secret War: The Indonesian Confrontation, 1962-66
The ‘Confrontation’ between Malaysia and Indonesia in Bornew (January 20, 2006), the war against Indonesian raids across a 900-mile border in some of the world’s worst jungle terrain, eventually involved nearly 20,000 British and Commonwealth troops, with air and naval support; and yet, by mutual consent, it was astonishingly little reported at the time. This ‘secret war’ saw the perfection of SAS jungle tactics; a Parachute Regiment action described as ‘a second Rorke’s Drift’; and audacious secret missions deep inside enemy territory, including the award to a Gurkha soldier of the British Army’s only ‘living VC’ for 40 years.
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Review: Britain's Secret War: The Indonesian Confrontation 1962–66 (Men-at-Arms #431)User Review - James - Goodreads
Even in Indonesia, this part of our history is almost completely unknown to most people, especially the younger generation born after 1966. The events described here are usually eclipsed by the much ... Read full review
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