Journey by Candlelight: A Memoir
Mark John Kennaway was a rubber planter in Malaya from 1902, his daughter tells the story of him and his family, in peacetime and in war. She recalls their bungalow that began as a shack and became a spacious home before it was despoiled by war.'
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Anne and Buttons on the Narkunda 1941
Escot bungalow 1940
Anne in the Cameron Highlands
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