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Ry returned to Singapore shortly before its surrender then escaped to Java and subseuently to India where he joined V Force a clandestine intelligence unit operating in Burma In 1943 Hembry was recruited into the Secret Intelligence Service given the bland cover name Inter Services Liaison Department ISLD and returned to Sumatra and Malaya several times by submarine on intelligence gathering missions He became Head of Malayan Country Section ISLD in 1944 liaised with Force 136 and was responsible. Really enjoyed this book great insight into Malaysia in this period and the lives of the locals and the money made by the British Companies Well told story perhaps the writer took a kudos he was not entitled to still a brave man doing his duty in WW 2 Enjoyed the book as a History buff Would recommend

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Malayan SpymasterFor the most successful intelligence coup of the Malayan war After WWII Hembry returned to planting at Sungei Siput Perak where the murder of three colleagues on 16 June 1948 signalled the start of the Malayan Emergency Assuming the leadership of the local planting community he formed the first Home Guard unit in Malaya was an early proponent of suatter control later incorporated into the Briggs Plan served on district state and federal security committees and survived several attempts on his life. Boris Hembry would say he fell into a life for which he was perfectly suited Dependable determined driven and really rather fun by the sounds of it Hembry was uickly climbing the corporate Rubber Planting ladder when the outbreak of war changed the direction of his contribution to the world From his initial role as part of the Stay at home' party leading an escape from occupied Malaya to spying on Japanese posts in Burma through ingenious but somewhat misdirected means Hembry contributed widely in Asia to the war effort His tales of everyday life are eually as riveting to those of us limeys now living in the regionPick it up enjoy it hope to carry just some of the determination and optimism back with you when the cover is closed

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Malayan Spymaster Download õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free å This is a true story of 1930s Malaysia of jungle operations submarines and spies in WWII and of the postwar Malayan Emergency as experienced by an extraordinary man Boris Hembry went out to Malaya as a rubber planter in 1930 to work on estates in Malaya and SumThis is a true story of 1930s Malaysia of jungle operations submarines and spies in WWII and of the postwar Malayan Emergency as experienced by an extraordinary man Boris Hembry went out to Malaya as a rubber planter in 1930 to work on estates in Malaya and Sumatra Following the Japanese invasion in December 1941 he volunteered for Freddy Spencer Chapman's covert Stay Behind Party and spent a month in the jungle behind enemy lines before escaping by sampan across the Malacca Strait to Sumatra Hemb. A raw account of the lives of early planters in Malaya who left home in the Great Britain amidst talks of war with Germany only to find themselves facing the imperial Japanese army as they swept through then colonial Malaya forcing the British rulers and planters alike to flee Or did theyAnd that is what this book is about It's the true story of ordinary young British men like Boris Hembry and their families who were left to take charge of their own safety in the face of a weak egotistical and ineffective British administration Despite being a Malaysian this untold story is what we never knew or learned much about Hembry's personal diary of the events just before the Pacific war and after till he left Malaya for good and his fascinating account of his role in defending Malaya against the Japanese and then the communist terrorists as he puts it is a worthy read and well deserving of my five star rating Bear in mind that Boris Hembry had never meant for his recollections of his life in Malaya and the war to be published In other words this entire book was a diary of sorts left by the writer for his family Yet I found it hard to put down this book It was gripping and educational at the same time It is a story of the sacrifices of ordinary men and women that modern day Malaysia and the world should never forget