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)
During the Japanese occupation of Singapore from 1942-1945, the Mandalay Road Hostel was used for TTSH nursing staff.
Raffles Hotel is arguably the most iconic and historic hotel in Singapore. It was opened in 1887 by the Sarkies Brothers from Armenia. The hotel has gone through many changes and renovations over the year. It has also survived the Japanese occupation during the Word War II. As a result, the Singapore Government announced the Raffles Hotel a National Monument in 1987, a century after it was opened. Today, I’m going to take you through a brief tour of this luxury establishment. A Walk to the…
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)
Issued by the Japanese during their occupation of Malaya between 1942 and 1944. The front of this rare note features a tree bearing fruit, with the obverse featuring a depiction of a ship on the horizon. Banana money is an informal term given to a type of currency issued by Imperial Japan during the Japanese occupation of Singapore, Malaya, North Borneo and Sarawak and Brunei, and was named as such because of the motifs of banana trees on 10 dollar banknotes.
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
The next thing I have noticed with the yesteryears' posters, especially the ones designed during the Japanese occupation of Singapore, was that they like to make use of spaces and put in words to fill up space. That is very rare nowadays as the modern designers and audience have gained a newfound appreciation for the principle of white space.