Return of The Tiger Brian Connell 1960 HB 1st Edition no DJ Pub.Doubleday & Co.,Inc. 1961 The British midget-submarine attack on the Tirpitz, the Italian human-torpedo raids on Gibraltar and Alexandria, and the Japanese penetration of Sydney Harbour rank as some of the most spectacular irregular raids of the last war. Yet here is a story surpassing them all in courage and daring, exceeding each in distance covered and difficulties surmounted, which seems completely to have escaped general notice. The autumn of 1943 and 1944 canoe teams with limpet mines were carried in rickety motorboat and junk thousands of miles across enemy waters from Australia to attack Japanese convoys in Singapore Roads sinking some 40,000 tons of merchant shipping. Author was captured in Indochina on Pearl Harbor Day and after his return to England was attached to a Royal Marine Commando during the North European Campaign. HB stated First edition no DJ and has 282 pages & a B&W photo section.DJ: none, Covers: very good+/tiny tiny marks, Pages: near new.