Ted Malloy knew him as Don Granger of the Australian Army, his best pal.
The Kachins, a Burmese tribe, knew him as “Urgu” – their Holy Man, chief and river god, tall with a lined face, bronzed skin, a mop of snow-white hair, and no memory of any past.
Ted and Don were the only two men ever to escape from “Death Valley”, the dreaded Japanese labour camp, where men died by inches under the blazing sun and the whips of the guards.
The tale of how Ted got clear and how Don became Urgu truly is a thrilling one.
A beautiful copy, no more that the slightest signs of wear. Clean and bright throughout and in very good condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.