|A column of smoke from burning rubber at a Malayan rubber plantation, Dec 1941||Stocks of rubber, held by a factory on a rubber plantation in Malaya, were burned during the British retreat toward Singapore, Dec 1941|
|UK Royal Engineers preparing to blow up a bridge in Malaya during the retreat to Singapore, Dec 1941||A Japanese 5th Division officer near Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, Jan-Feb 1942|
|General Gordon Bennett of Australian 8th Division outlining current situations in Malaya to journalists, circa Jan 1942||Japanese troops mopping up in Kuala Lumpur during their advance through Malaya, 11 Jan 1942|
|Japanese type 97 Te-Ke tankette during Battle of Muar, Johor, Unfederated Malay States, mid-Jan 1942||Lieutenant General F. W. Messervy of Malaya Command receiving the sword of General Itagaki of Japanese 7th Area Army at a formal ceremony of surrender, Victoria Institution, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, 22 Feb 1946|
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