Not Always on Horseback: An Australian Correspondent at War and Peace in Asia, 1961-1993
As the Cold War entered its most critical years in the early 1960s, Denis Warner was in the thick of the hot wars and insurgencies in Asia. A dramatic eyewitness account of what happened and why from one of the world's longest serving war and foreign correspondents.
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