Corpus ID: 161700575

Dialogues with Chin Peng: New light on the Malayan communist party

@inproceedings{Chin2004DialoguesWC,
  title={Dialogues with Chin Peng: New light on the Malayan communist party},
  author={Carol C. Chin and Karl Hack},
  year={2004}
}
Chin Peng is the longest-serving Secretary-General of a Communist Party, having served continuously from 1947 to present. He led his party into the Malayan Emergency, and latterly to a new peace agreement in 1989. This book is unique in giving the reader a look at how the historical record about this figure has been constructed. It gives the original papers presented to Chin Peng to stimulate his reponses at oral history sessions, and an annotated version of the resulting sessions. These are… Expand
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