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Singapore Chronicles: Emergency

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This book examines the origins of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) in the inter-War years and its subsequent development against the wider backdrop of the Col War. The chameluon-like CPM, in its determined quest to set up a Communist Republic of Malaya and Singapore, mounted a violent rural insurgency in Malaya and later shifted to urban suversion of the bourgeoning anti-colonial left-wing movement in Singapore itself. It was a gambit that almost succeeded. Contemporary Singapore's emphasis on law and order cannot be understood without reference to its long twilight struggle with the CPM, fateful conflict that ended only in 1989.


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