Surviving the Japanese Occupation: Mr K. Nadarajah's Story - The New Paper
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As a teenager, Mr K. Nadarajah saw first-hand the brutality of the Japanese who were occupying Singapore during World War II. His father, who had been arrested for conspiring to sabotage the railway, had been beaten so badly that Mr Nadarajah couldn't recognise him in hospital. Despite the hardships Singapore endured then, Mr Nadarajah believes the newly-opened Syonan Gallery is aptly named. Full story at: http://bit.ly/2kSp5ytPosted 1 year ago in NEWS
In the kampung I used to live there were rubber plantations and when I was young I wondered what those deep holes were caused by until my father told me they were bombs dropped by the Japanese in WW2,they were not that deep nor large probably the bombs of that era were less destructive.