"This Iban patrol, posing with their British officer, is about to set off on a patrol during the Malayan emergency"

This Iban patrol, posing with their British officer, is about to set off on a patrol during the Malayan emergency.

An infantry patrol use their parangs to cut a trail through jungle undergrowth during the Malayan Emergency

An infantry patrol use their parangs to cut a trail through jungle undergrowth during the Malayan Emergency

Ferret scout car of 1st King's Dragoon Guards supporting anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan emergency, 1957.

Ferret scout car of King's Dragoon Guards supporting anti-terrorist operations during the Malayan emergency,

Troops of Malay Regiment inspecting captured communist equipment, Malaya, 1949

Malay Regiment inspecting weapon and documents during communist ambush in 1949

Lance Corproral Andrew Robb, on a jungle patrol,probably of the 1st Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), rests with a cup of tea & a cigarette - Malaysia - 1948-50

MAL Lance Corproral Andrew Robb probably of the Battalion The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) rests with a cup of tea and a cigarette in his basha (camp) whilst on a jungle patrol during the Malayan Emergency

Specialised jungle equipment as carried by British forces during the Malayan Emergency:  Weapons - Lee Enfield Rifle No.5 Mk.I, Owen SMG and an M1 Carbine. Other equipment - parang, first aid kit, pair of jungle boots, pair of hockey boots (for wearing at night), water bottle, mess tin and jungle ration pack (consists of cheese, jam, biscuits, ginger pudding, steak, liver and bacon, tea, sugar, milk,  sweets, chewing gum, toilet paper, salt and one paludrine tablet). © IWM (MAL 300)

Specialised jungle equipment as carried by British forces during the Malayan Emergency The weapons are a Lee Enfield Rifle MkI Owen sub-machine gun and an Carbine

PsyWar Leaflet Archive - 246, Communist terrorist robbing the hard earned money from a poor farmer

PsyWar Leaflet Archive - Communist terrorist robbing the hard earned money from a poor farmer


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Major General Charles H. Boucher pointing out hot-spots on the map, Malaya, 1948

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Major General Charles H. Boucher pointing out hot-spots on the map, Malaya, 1948

A mixed group of unidentified soldiers, some from 2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (2RAR), prepare to make a night river crossing in canvas and timber folding boats (folboats) as they set out on a patrol in pursuit of Communist terrorists in the jungle of Northern Malaya. The soldier (right) preparing to board the second boat is armed with a Number 5, Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE), jungle carbine. April 1957

A mixed group of unidentified soldiers, some from Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment prepare to make a night river crossing in canvas and timber folding boats (folboats) as they .

Commonwealth troops on the move.THE MALAYAN EMERGENCY 1948-1960 | Imperial War Museums

K A convoy of vehicles of the Malayan Armoured Corps led by a Ferret armoured car move along a road through the jungle.

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