From 1965 to 1966 Britain and her allies fought a 'secret' war against Indonesia in Borneo. The war was so controversial that knowledge of it was kept from parliament at the time. It was a conflict that in many ways foreshadowed Vietnam: politically, strategically and in its use of toxic defoliants. The Last Conflict tells the story of the part played by the Durham Light Infantry in the final months of the Borneo campaign, which was the last ever fought by that great regiment. It is also the gripping personal memoir of the author, Mike Kelly.