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A column of smoke from burning rubber at a Malayan rubber plantation, Dec 1941Stocks of rubber, held by a factory on a rubber plantation in Malaya, were burned during the British retreat toward Singapore, Dec 1941
A column of smoke from burning rubber at a Malayan rubber plantation, Dec 1941Stocks 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 1941A Japanese 5th Division officer near Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, Jan-Feb 1942
UK Royal Engineers preparing to blow up a bridge in Malaya during the retreat to Singapore, Dec 1941A 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 1942Japanese troops mopping up in Kuala Lumpur during their advance through Malaya, 11 Jan 1942
General Gordon Bennett of Australian 8th Division outlining current situations in Malaya to journalists, circa Jan 1942Japanese 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 1942Lieutenant 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
Japanese type 97 Te-Ke tankette during Battle of Muar, Johor, Unfederated Malay States, mid-Jan 1942Lieutenant 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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"I have returned. By the grace of Almighty God, our forces stand again on Philippine soil."

General Douglas MacArthur at Leyte, 17 Oct 1944