Old China Town KL The Malaya Study Group Selangor SG 87

The Malaya Study Group exists for collectors of the stamps, postal stationery and postal history of the states of Peninsular Malaysia which until 1963 formed the Federation of Malaya, including the Straits Settlements of Malacca, Penang and Singapore, the Federated Malay States, Negri Sembilan and Sungei Ujong, Pahang, Perak and Selangor and the Unfederated States, Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Perlis and Trengganu. Many MSG members also collect & study all of modern Malaysia, Singapore, and the island of Borneo, comprising additionally  Sabah, Sarawak, Borneo, Labuan, and the states of Brunei & the peninsular state of Singapore. Study of the whole area so often adds to understanding and appreciation of the philately of Malaya. The Society has a JOURNAL, "The Malayan Philatelist" and a NEWSLETTER supplied free to members, EXCHANGE PACKETS, AUCTIONS and has produced a number of significant PUBLICATIONS on the stamps and postal history of the area.

 

New - David Tett has now published all 6 Gold Medal winning volumes of his epic work on Far Eastern Prisoners of War. He is now selling his very large comprehensive Research Library. Many of these books are about Malaya, Singapore, and the area so MSG members may like the opportunity of buy them. The list of these is available as a 73 page Pdf Research Catalogue from his website www.fepowmail.com. The page on the site is Fewpowmail Research Library Catalogue

New book from David Tett

If you would like to order this book, please send the appropriate payment as shown on the Pdf document & below. Please direct questions to the author at davidtett@aol.com

Pdf [printable] of this document & the Order Form

A Postal History of the Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees in East Asia During the Second World War

VOLUME 6


Hellships to Slavery


JAPAN, KOREA, MANCHURIA AND BORNEO 1942-1945

By

David Tett

PUBLISHED DECEMBER 2010

This book is Volume 6 of the series covering the postal history of the prisoners of war
and civilian internees in East Asia during the Second World War.

Volumes 1-5 have been awarded Gold Medals and special prizes in the UK, the USA,
Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Singapore.

Volume 6, the last volume in the series, covers the story of the mails to and from Japan, Korea, Manchuria and Borneo for the POWs and interned civilians. The series now covers all countries where Allied prisoners were held and were allowed to send and receive mail. The book covers the mail sent to and from the prisoners, undelivered mail, and mails to and from returning prisoners. Included is an update on information covered in the first five volumes. The hardback book of 427 pages mostly in colour has over 500 illustrations, www.fepowmail.co.uk refers.


If you would like to order this book, please send the appropriate payment as shown on the back of this flyer. Please direct questions to the author at davidtett@aol.com

HOW TO ORDER THIS VOLUME

For delivery to UK, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa
The price is £45 plus postage. See the printable Pdf for the order form

For delivery to USA or Canada
The price is $80 plus postage. See the printable Pdf for the order form

HOW TO ORDER EARLIER VOLUMES

Volumes 1-5 are also available. If you would like to order all or any of these, please use the printable Pdf for the order form.

Volume 1: Singapore & Malaya 1942-1945 The Changi Connection 387 pages, 16 colour plates
Volume 2: Dutch East Indies 1942-1946 Paradise Lost 469 pages, 16 colour plates
Volume 3: Burma, Thailand and Indochina 1942-1946 The Railway, the River and the Bridge 380 pages; colour throughout
Volume 4: Hong Kong and China 1941-1945 Captives in Cathay 460 pages; colour throughout
Volume 5: Philippines and Taiwan 1942-1945 No Uncle Sam 386 pages; colour throughout


ORDER FORM for the MALAYA STUDY GROUP

For delivery to UK, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa

Please send your order form and remittance to D F Tett, PO Box 34, Wheathampstead, Herts, AL4 8JY, UK.
Payment can be made by sterling cheque or by paypal to davidtett@aol.com.

All prices are in £ sterling


Volume 6: Japan, Korea, Manchuria and Borneo - Hellships to Slavery £45


Volume 1: Singapore & Malaya 1942-1945 - The Changi Connection £35
Volume 2: Dutch East Indies 1942-1946 - Paradise Lost £35
Volume 3: Burma, Thailand and Indochina 1942-1946 - The Railway, the River and the Bridge £35
Volume 4: Hong Kong and China 1941-1945 - Captives in Cathay £35
Volume 5: Philippines and Taiwan 1942-1945 - No Uncle Sam £45


The entire 6-volume set (please request quote for postage) £220
Postage per book UK £7
Postage per book Europe £12
Postage per book Australia, Asia and Africa - Surface mail £12
Postage per book Australia, Asia and Africa - Airmail £22

 

For delivery to USA or Canada

Please send your order form and remittance to J T Slemons, 1410 Timber Trail, Greenwood, Indiana 46142-1143 USA
Payment can be made by US$ check payable to D F Tett or by paypal to davidtett@aol.com.

All prices are in US $ Dollars


Volume 6: Japan, Korea, Manchuria and Borneo - Hellships to Slavery $80


Volume 1: Singapore & Malaya 1942-1945 - The Changi Connection $75
Volume 2: Dutch East Indies 1942-1946 - Paradise Lost $75
Volume 3: Burma, Thailand and Indochina 1942-1946 - The Railway, the River and the Bridge $75
Volume 4: Hong Kong and China 1941-1945 - Captives in Cathay $75
Volume 5: Philippines and Taiwan 1942-1945 - No Uncle Sam $80


The entire 6-volume set (please request quote for postage) $440
Postage per book USA $7
Postage per book Canada $12


Total

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The Malaya Study Group website was originally created by the late John Morgan, to whom we are indebted for his pioneering dedication to the Group.



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