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The Jungle Is Neutral The Epic True Story of One Man's War Behind Enemy Lines [Audiobook]

The Jungle Is Neutral The Epic True Story of One Man's War Behind Enemy Lines [Audiobook]
English | ISBN: 9781004103133 | 2022 | 16 hours and 39 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 476 MB
When Singapore fell to the Japanese in December 1941, Captain Freddie Spencer Chapman chose to take the fight to the enemy. Trekking deep behind enemy lines into the jungle, this veteran explorer turned special forces operative unleashed a one-man commando campaign of such destructive power and lethal ferocity that the Japanese deployed a Regiment of four thousand men in a desperate effort to hunt him down. For three-and-a-half years he was cut off from Allied support. Fighting alongside Malayan guerrillas, he endured terrible injury, starvation, a host of gruesome tropical diseases and even cannibalism. While many of his companions were killed, captured and beheaded by the Japanese, he held out, fighting on until the war's end when he eventually made contact with British forces on a home-made radio to arrange for his escape by submarine. The Jungle is Neutral is Spencer Chapman's riveting account of unimaginable hardship and unbreakable will in the face of a ruthless enemy. As a tale of endurance and survival it is unsurpassed. As a war story, it is without rival.





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