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The Most Dangerous Moment of the War (Paperback)

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By John Clancy
Imprint: Casemate
Pages: 208
ISBN: 9781612005331
Published: 17th August 2017

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A gripping account of Japan's great raid on the Indian Ocean in 1942, when seemingly unstoppable, they advanced on Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), an action that could have threatened wholesale defeat for the British, and which Churchill described as ‘the most dangerous moment of the war'.

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About John Clancy

John Clancy is an experienced author of over fifteen local history books and holds an MA in archaeology and heritage from the University of Leicester. His father was a survivor of the sinking of HMS Cornwall, and later in life he met another survivor who provided many missing links in the story.

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