The Cresset Press, London, 1959. 1st ed, large 8vo in worn d/w now protected, accompanied portrait in frontis, plates, maps on boards, end note, index, pp349, **Tom Harrison, a British officer, commanded the Z Special (SRD) teams that were SEMUT (ant) in Borneo. By the end of the war SRD (Z Special) had grown to a force of 1,500 officers and men of Australian, British, NZ, Dutch, Canadian and South Africans. They trained and equipped over 6,000 natives and inflicted 1,700 casualties losing 112 whites only. None were lost in SEMUT 1, 2 or 3.
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