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Uncommon Allies in Malaya

Uncommon Allies in Malaya

By John Osborne. Jr.
One of World War II’s longest, least known guerrilla resistance campaigns was fought in the depths of the jungle covering 80 percent of Malaya’s 50,850 square miles; in it the most unlikely of friendships would develop, leading to a remarkable meeting, then parting, a decade later.
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John Griffen’s Ordnance Rifle at the Battle of Gettysburg

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