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Government Printing Office, Singapore, 1961. Hardcover, 7¾" x 5¼" (no jacket issued). Original bookseller's label to front pastedown. Corners a little dumped.Book in VERY GOOD condition. Illustrated board covers, b&w photogragh as frontispiece (Lee Kuan Yew), 13 b&w photographs, one fold-out document (subject of hand-writing expert's appraissal), other pivotal documents appear as appendices, as does a statement by James Puthucheary. These twelve talks were written to clarify and explain the political situation in Singapore and the Federation of Malaya, and the struggle for power of the Communist ideology and its supporters in Malaya. Lee Kuan Yew recounts the events since the end of WWII, discloses a Communist conspiracy, and seeks support of his people. A valuable historical document.