Rangoon: Aung Sitthi Publishers, 1989. Second edition. The story of the events of April through October 1958 as told by a Burmese journalist, during which time the AFPFL (Anti Fascist Peoples' Freedom League), the main political party in Burma from 1945 to 1962, began to collapse. The league was founded in 1944 to resist the Japanese occupation, and was formed by the Communist Party of Burma, the Burma National Army, and the People's Revolutionary Party, as the Anti-Fascist Organization (AFO). This work looks at the "undisclosed truths cloaked in mystery about the split in the might AFPFL and the changeover of administration" Sml 8vo, 92pp. Red paper wraps, title in white at front cover, no title at spine. Covers rubbed and chipped; internally very good. (Inventory #: 17343)
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