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Dr Karl Hack
Professor Karl Hack (2019-01) We Meet Again: Britain and Singapore 1945-1946, Straits Times Press
Professor Karl Hack (2019) Unfinished Decolonisation and Globalisation, In Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 5(47)
Professor Karl Hack (2018-04-01) ‘Devils that suck the blood of the Malayan People’: The Case for Post-Revisionist Analysis of Counter-insurgency Violence, In War in History 2(25)
Professor Karl Hack (2017) The Art of Counterinsurgency: Phase Analysis with Primary Reference to Malaya (1948-60), and Secondary Reference to Kenya (1952-60), Bloomsbury
Professor Karl Hack (2015-12-01) Detention, Deportation and Resettlement: British Counterinsurgency and Malaya’s Rural Chinese, 1948–60, In Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 5(43)
Professor Karl Hack (2015) Tropical transitions in colonial counter-insurgency: From Malayan Emergency to post-colonial partnership, Oxford University Press
Professor Karl Hack (2015) The Malayan Emergency: British Counterinsurgency Phases and the Triumph of Geo-demographic Control, 1948-60, ABC-Clio
Professor Karl Hack (2013) Malaya - Between Two Terrors: "People's History" and the Malayan Emergency, The Free Press
Professor Karl Hack (2012-12) Everyone lived in fear: Malaya and the British way of counter-insurgency', In Small Wars & Insurgencies 4-5(23)
Professor Karl Hack et al. (2012-07-04) Les Décolonisations au XX Siècle: La Fin des Empires Européens et Japonais, Armand Colin