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Japanese occupation of Singapore - old man and his grandson picking up rice grains that had fallen onto the road. Every grain was precious. (http://www.cofepow.org.uk/pages/asia_singapore_rise_and_fall.htm)
Japanese occupation of Singapore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Japanese occupation of Singapore: 1942-1945 (http://www.thefallof-singapore.blogspot.com)
During the Japanese occupation of Singapore from 1942-1945, the Mandalay Road Hostel was used for TTSH nursing staff.
Changi WWII War Trail & Museum Tour Changi WWII War Trail & Museum Tour    Visit Changi Museum and the site of the old Changi Prison on this historical tour that focuses on the Japanese Occupation of Singapore during World War II. With ... #Event #Culture  #Tour #Backpackers #Tickets #Entertainment
SINGAPORE - After a public outcry, the name of a World War II exhibition housed at the Former Ford Factory building has been changed. On Friday (Feb 17, 2017), Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim said. "War and its Legacies" will now be called "Surviving the Japanese Occupation: War and its Legacies". He also said he was sorry for the pain caused by the earlier name. Some Singaporeans felt that the name Syonan Gallery glorified a painful period in Singapore's past…
Upon the start of the Japanese occupation of Singapore, 15.2.1942, it is commonly said that Japanese soldiers encountered the guests dancing one final waltz. During WWII, Raffles Hotel was renamed Syonan Ryokan, incorporating Syonan ("Light of the South"), the Japanese name for occupied Singapore, + ryokan, the name for a traditional Japanese inn. At the war's end, the hotel was used as a transit camp for prisoners of war. In 1987, the Singapore government declared it a National Monument.
Tiong Bahru, Singapore. This piece of writing introduces readers to a short history of this part of Singapore - more specifically from the Japanese occupation of Singapore in World War Two to communist Singapore. It uses Seng Poh Road as its focal point to demonstrate the changes in this period of history.  This piece of writing is quite unique in that it presents information about this period of time in the least confusing, least boring and reader friendly way. It starts l
#Syonan, My Story: The Japanese Occupation of Singapore
Lieutenant-General Yamashita (seated, centre) thumps the table with his fist to emphasise his demand for unconditional surrender. Lieutenant-General Percival sits between his officers, his clenched hand to his mouth. (Photo from Imperial War Museum).
The occupation of Singapore by the Japanese was like a long nightmare that lasted for three and a half years. During this period known as the Japanese Occupation, the people suffered and lived in constant fear of the Japanese.  (http://library.thinkquest.org/10414/japan.html)