Historian shares more than just personal stories in new book

KUCHING: For Australian historian Dr Eileen Chanin, writing a book about the Limbang Rebellion in Sarawak has personal as well as historical significance.

Her parents-in-law are Dick and Dorothy Morris, who lived and served in Sarawak from 1945 to 1964. Dick Morris was the British resident commissioner in Limbang at the time of the rebel uprising in 1962 and he and his wife owe their lives to the unsung heroes whose stories are told in the book.

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