Founder of NESA, Arthur Lane, is one of the last few surviving veterans of the POW
camps in the Far East 1941 -
ARTHUR is still alive and kicking and available for interviews, to act in an advisory capacity for films and documentaries and to share his historical knowledge.
Contact Arthur at email@example.com
70 DAYS TO HELL
“A Monumental Book!”
“70 Days To Hell is unquestionably one of the most comprehensive accounts of the fall of Singapore yet published.”
[Britain At War Magazine]
70 DAYS TO HELL is a day by day account of the fall of Malaya and Singapore during World War Two. The book covers the events (between December 1941 and February 1942) which ultimately led to the surrender and captivity of the British forces in the Far East.
Incorporating accounts from the commanding officers on the ground, as well as official reports of the air operations, this book is unique in that it contains a concise list of all British, Malay, Australian, New Zealand and Canadian casualties, both Killed In Action and Missing No Known Grave, for each of the seventy days of battle.
Written by a survivor of the battle and the hellish Japanese prisoner of war camps
, charting every significant movement of both forcers, and complete with maps and
diagrams, 70 DAYS is a must-
ORDER A COPY NOW FOR £25.00
inc P&P (UK Mainland Only)
ORDER YOUR COPY ONLINE NOW HERE:
OR CONTACT LANE PUBLISHING ON 0161 480 0114
BOOK LISTINGS, SIGNINGS & EVENTS
The NESA BOOKS section aims to provide a listing of books which contain topics of a military nature.
The prime purpose of this section is to provide a marketing / advertising tool for those ex service personnel who have written books.