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Louis Mountbatten inspecting British Royal Navy Guard of Honour outside the Minicipal Building, Singapore prior to the surrender ceremony, 12 Sep 1945Louis Mountbatten inspecting men of British Royal Air Force Regiment outside the Municipal Building, Singapore prior to the surrender ceremony, 12 Sep 1945
Louis Mountbatten inspecting British Royal Navy Guard of Honour outside the Minicipal Building, Singapore prior to the surrender ceremony, 12 Sep 1945Louis Mountbatten inspecting men of British Royal Air Force Regiment outside the Municipal Building, Singapore prior to the surrender ceremony, 12 Sep 1945
Louis Mountbatten reading surrender terms to Japanese representatives at the surrender ceremony at Municipal Building, Singapore, 12 Sep 1945Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten delivering an address at the Municipal Building, Singapore, 12 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2; note William Slim, Raymond Wheeler, and Keith Park
Louis Mountbatten reading surrender terms to Japanese representatives at the surrender ceremony at Municipal Building, Singapore, 12 Sep 1945Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten delivering an address at the Municipal Building, Singapore, 12 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2; note William Slim, Raymond Wheeler, and Keith Park
Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten delivering an address at the Municipal Building, Singapore, 12 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2; note William Slim, Raymond Wheeler, and Keith ParkJapanese cruiser Myoko, Japanese submarine I-501 (former German U-181), and Japanese submarine I-502 (former U-862) at Singapore, circa late 1945
Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten delivering an address at the Municipal Building, Singapore, 12 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2; note William Slim, Raymond Wheeler, and Keith ParkJapanese cruiser Myoko, Japanese submarine I-501 (former German U-181), and Japanese submarine I-502 (former U-862) at Singapore, circa late 1945
Mitsubishi G3M ‘Nell’ bomber in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Seletar Airfield, Singapore, 1945. Note the Nakajima L2D ‘Tabby’ aircraft beyond, license-built copy of the Douglas DC-3, also in surrender paint.Recently liberated Allied prisoners of war at Selarang Barracks, Changi, Singapore, 1945
Mitsubishi G3M ‘Nell’ bomber in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Seletar Airfield, Singapore, 1945. Note the Nakajima L2D ‘Tabby’ aircraft beyond, license-built copy of the Douglas DC-3, also in surrender paint.Recently liberated Allied prisoners of war at Selarang Barracks, Changi, Singapore, 1945
Recently liberated Allied prisoners of war temporarily housed in Changi Prison, Singapore, late 1945Captured J2M Raiden fighter being prepared for takeoff, Seletar Airfield, Singapore, Dec 1945
Recently liberated Allied prisoners of war temporarily housed in Changi Prison, Singapore, late 1945Captured J2M Raiden fighter being prepared for takeoff, Seletar Airfield, Singapore, Dec 1945
Captured J2M Raiden fighters in RAF markings being tested by Japanese pilots near Seletar Airfield, Singapore, Dec 1945, photo 1 of 2Captured J2M Raiden fighters in RAF markings being tested by Japanese pilots near Seletar Airfield, Singapore, Dec 1945, photo 2 of 2
Captured J2M Raiden fighters in RAF markings being tested by Japanese pilots near Seletar Airfield, Singapore, Dec 1945, photo 1 of 2Captured J2M Raiden fighters in RAF markings being tested by Japanese pilots near Seletar Airfield, Singapore, Dec 1945, photo 2 of 2
Japanese Navy pilots at Seletar Airfield, Singapore with a captured J2M Raiden fighter in RAF markings, Dec 1945Accused Japanese war criminals on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946, photo 1 of 3
Japanese Navy pilots at Seletar Airfield, Singapore with a captured J2M Raiden fighter in RAF markings, Dec 1945Accused Japanese war criminals on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946, photo 1 of 3
Accused Japanese war criminals on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946, photo 2 of 3Accused Japanese war criminals on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946, photo 3 of 3
Accused Japanese war criminals on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946, photo 2 of 3Accused Japanese war criminals on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946, photo 3 of 3
Accused Japanese war criminals Sadaichi, Nakamura, Shoxo, Jinichiro, Majoto, Tamotsu, Mesami, Ken, Ryuichi, and Tadasu on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946Three accused Japanese war criminal being led to their cells at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946
Accused Japanese war criminals Sadaichi, Nakamura, Shoxo, Jinichiro, Majoto, Tamotsu, Mesami, Ken, Ryuichi, and Tadasu on trial at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946Three accused Japanese war criminal being led to their cells at the Supreme Court of Singapore, 21 Jan 1946
Japanese Army Lt Nakamura being led to the scaffold where he would be executed by hanging for beheading an Indian soldier at Pulau Island near Singapore during the war, 14 Mar 1946The central plaza of Selarang Barracks and surrounding buildings, Changi, Singapore, date unknown
Japanese Army Lt Nakamura being led to the scaffold where he would be executed by hanging for beheading an Indian soldier at Pulau Island near Singapore during the war, 14 Mar 1946The central plaza of Selarang Barracks and surrounding buildings, Changi, Singapore, date unknown

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