At the Going Down of the Sun by Oliver Lindsay


A history of the aftermath of the fall of Hong Kong, focussing on the story of the POWs and internees, and British intelligence in China.

Colonel Oliver Lindsay CBE FRHistS (Dorset) who lived in Hong Kong, is a military historian, author and book reviewer. He has also written a previous well received book on Hong Kong, The Lasting Honour: The Fall of Hong Kong, 1941. John Harris TD (London) became a highly distinguished architect and is now aged 85. He was the former Chairman of the Argyle Street POW Association, having experienced life as a prisoner of the Japanese.

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A hard cover edition with maroon boards, gilt lettering and clipped, illustrated dust jacket. There is a previous sellers paper label on the inside front board. There is some toning and foxing throughout but the text and black and white photos are clear and legible. The dust jacket has some fading rubbing along the edges. Now in a clear plastic cover to protect from damage.

Publisher: Hamish Hamilton, London.

Publication Date: 1981.

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Weight 0.500 kg
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