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An account of the unprecedented series of defeats suffered by the the British Army, Navy and Airforce at the hands of the Japanese from December 1941 to May 1942: defeats which dealt a death blow to the standing of the British Empire in the East, even after the British victories which were to follow. Using both Japanese and British sources the author describes how the "Pri An account of the unprecedented series of defeats suffered by the the British Army, Navy and Airforce at the hands of the Japanese from December 1941 to May 1942: defeats which dealt a death blow to the standing of the British Empire in the East, even after the British victories which were to follow. Using both Japanese and British sources the author describes how the "Prince of Wales" and "Repulse" were sunk, how Singapore and Rangoon fell and how Burma was lost. The author concludes that the Japanese victories were less to do with the ineptitude of the British than with the underestimated fighting qualities of the Japanese.


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An account of the unprecedented series of defeats suffered by the the British Army, Navy and Airforce at the hands of the Japanese from December 1941 to May 1942: defeats which dealt a death blow to the standing of the British Empire in the East, even after the British victories which were to follow. Using both Japanese and British sources the author describes how the "Pri An account of the unprecedented series of defeats suffered by the the British Army, Navy and Airforce at the hands of the Japanese from December 1941 to May 1942: defeats which dealt a death blow to the standing of the British Empire in the East, even after the British victories which were to follow. Using both Japanese and British sources the author describes how the "Prince of Wales" and "Repulse" were sunk, how Singapore and Rangoon fell and how Burma was lost. The author concludes that the Japanese victories were less to do with the ineptitude of the British than with the underestimated fighting qualities of the Japanese.

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