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Kinabalu Guerrillas

Maxwell J. Hall

Kinabalu Guerrillas

an account of the double tenth 1943

by Maxwell J. Hall

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Published by Borneo Literature Bureau in Kuching] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Borneo.
    • Subjects:
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements -- Borneo.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Maxwell Hall.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD802.B65 H34 1968
      The Physical Object
      Pagination175 p.
      Number of Pages175
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5080589M
      LC Control Number74151566

      Kinabalu guerrillas: an account of the Double Tenth Rising against the Japanese invaders in North Borneo / Maxwell Hall. Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications, p. Describes the background, events, and aftermath of the uprising in the Jesselton area by Chinese residents of North Borneo in October against the Japanese occupiers. One Crowded Moment of Glory: The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the Jesselton Uprising - Danny Wong Tze Ken $ Operation Matador: World War II: .

      Guerrilla Kingdom, Kota Kinabalu. 1, likes 17 talking about this. Guerrilla Kingdom ialah kumpulan GelSoft / sukan extrem blaster yang telah ditubuhkan pada tahun dan merupakan ahli kepada. Selected works by Maxwell Hall. revised S.S. Cookson's The Ordinances of the State of North Borneo, (revised again by C.F.C. Macaskie in ); Kinabalu Guerrillas: An account of the Double Tenth Kuching: The Sarawak Press. Relates the history of the Japanese occupation of Borneo and the Jesselton ns information about the civil resistance to Japanese.

      Kota Kinabalu (pronounced [ˈkɔtɑ kɪnɑbɑlʊ]), formerly Jesselton, is the capital of Sabah state in is also the capital of the West Coast Division of Sabah. The city is on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park is on one side and Mount Kinabalu, which gave the city its name, is nearby. Kinabalu Guerrillas – An account of the Double Tenth Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu), North Borneo (now Sabah): Borneo Literature Review.


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Kinabalu Guerrillas: An Account of the Double Tenth Paperback – January 1, by Maxwell Hall (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" — — — 3/5(1). What was particularly remarkable about the group known as Kinabalu Guerrillas book Kinabalu Guerrillas, was that its membership was multiethnic, which set the tone for the relationship between different races in North Borneo, present day Sabah, for years to come.

New Paperback First Edition. pages with a bibliography and an index. Kinabalu Guerrillas by M. Hall,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. One Crowded Moment of Glory: The Kinabalu Guerillas and the Jesselton Uprising is an attempt to provide an overview of the Jesselton Uprising of by re-examining existing works as well as highlighting information and sources that have surfaced in the past 30 years.

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For Malaysia addresses we aim to dispatch books on the same or next working day via City-Link Express. International orders are sent. The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the Jesselton UprisingDanny Wong Tze Ken.

The author, a Professor of History at the University of Malaya, recounts the story of one of the few popular civilian uprisings against the Japanese in Southeast Asia during World War II. What was particularly remarkable about the group known as the Kinabalu. Try the new Google Books.

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Hall. Borneo Literature Bureau, - History - pages. Yong was speaking at the launching of “One Crowded Moment of Glory of the Kinabalu Guerrillas and the Jesselton Uprising” authored by Prof.

Datuk Dr Danny Wong Tze Ken. It is published by University of Malaya Press and distributed by Opus Publication. Described as “neat, clean shaven, a man of superabundant energy and made many friends” by Stephen R.

Evans in his book Sabah (North Borneo) Under the Rising Sun Government, Kwok was the leader of Kinabalu Guerrillas, a group of resistance fighters during the Japanese occupation of Borneo.

Kinabalu Guerrillas (GC5H7K6) was created by BernGPS on 11/15/ It's a Micro size geocache, with difficulty ofterrain of It's located in Malaysia.

Petagas War Memorial and the surrounding garden was built to honour local heroes who sacrificed their lives to defend Sabah during the Japanese occupation in World War II. Books shelved as guerrilla-warfare: The Accidental Guerrilla: Fighting Small Wars in the Midst of a Big One by David Kilcullen, On Guerrilla Warfare by M.

Vastly outnumbered,and compelled to lay down their arms without a shot being fired, the people of Sabah may have lost the battle, but they did not give up the fight. On the west coast, freedom fighters formed the Kinabalu Guerrillas, taking many enemy lives before their rebellion was put.

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It is an absorbing account of war intelligence, administration and the exercise of power in a country under siege, and is a record of facts gathered on Japanese activities in Malaya and Borneo before the outbreak of the Pacific War, Japanese military ideology and its objectives, the Kinabalu Guerrillas, war atrocities and the liberation of : Stephen R.

Evans. One of the books I discovered was written by Chin Dong Ho about the Kinabalu guerillas, who had fought against the Japanese army in Northern Borneo. Reading it, I knew I was on to something. I started researching what the scariest things were during the War and decided to tell these stories through dance.

When John Maxwell Hall published his book entitled Kinabalu Guerrillas inhe captioned the sketch of the memorial on page as The Cemetery at Petagas'. Albert Kwok, with the full name Albert Kwok Fen Nam (Chinese: 郭益南; pinyin: Guō Yì Nán; born in Kuching, Sarawak; died on 21 January in Petagas, Putatan, Sabah) was a leader of a resistance fighter known as the "Kinabalu Guerrillas" during the Japanese occupation of is regarded as the initiator of the so-called "Double Tenth Revolt" from 10 October   The exploits of the guerrillas are described very vividly in the book Kinabalu Guerrillas by Maxwell Hall.

[7] During –45, Japanese positions on Borneo were bombed by Allied air forces from the South West Pacific Area command, including devastating attacks on.

Maxwell Hall published his book entitled Kinabalu Guerrillas inhe captioned the sketch of the memorial on page as 'The Cemetery at Petagas'.1 Those buried at Petagas were individuals belonging to a local guerrilla force commonly known as the Kinabalu Guerrillas, who took part. The Sulug Island off Kota Kinabalu during the time of the Japanese Occupation.

excerpts from Maxwell Hall’s book ‘Kinabalu Guerrillas – An Account of the Double Tenth’, by Herman ( 7) Kota Kinabalu, then Jesselton, was taken by the Japanese on January 9, "Kina Balu from Pinokok Valley" – lithograph published in Kota Kinabalu is named after Mount Kinabalu, which is situated about 50 kilometres east-northeast of the city.

Kinabalu is derived from the name Aki Nabalu meaning the "revered place of the dead.".Kinabalu Guerrillas - an Account of the Double Tenth Rising - Maxwell Hall | Books, Nonfiction | eBay!