Tigers in the Park: book & battlefield tour by historian and archaeologist Jon Cooper

Please pardon me for not writing my own introduction. Below are snippets about the book + complimentary tour bundle that I have copied from Ethos Books’ website. To read related posts on surveys, excavations, and tours led by Jon Cooper in Adam Park, Singapore, please look out for links at the end of this post.

Poster from Ethos Books' website

Poster from Ethos Books’ website

The gist of this post is:

1.Get the book, click here!

Title: Tigers in the Park
Author: Jon Cooper
Publisher: The Literary Centre

ISBN: 978-981-09-8151-8
Published: 2016
Dimension: 228mm x 240mm
Extent: 340 pages
Finish: Hardback

2.Register beforehand and turn up for the tour on 3rd July 2016, Sunday.

3.Read the book!

Or skip the bundle and just get the book, then read it right away! Must!

“Join Jon Cooper, historian, archaeologist and manager of The Adam Park Project (TAPP) on one of his last tours as he will be leaving Singapore for good!

…learn more about the battle at Adam Park through artifacts unearthed by TAPP. Adam Park is the site of the last battle for Singapore, …right up to the time of the surrender on 15th February 1942. The site was also used as a POW camp after the surrender. Here’s a chance to understand the terrain and hear intriguing stories about WWII in Adam Park.

Complete your wartime heritage experience with a book at the end of the tour. Using battle maps, aerial photographs, wartime images and archaeological findings, Jon’s vibrantly coloured book shares a fascinating insight into the battles and the POW camp at Adam Park in print.”

Related posts here, herehere and here.

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