Kranji War Memorial, Singapore

Kranji War Memorial

Kranji War Memorial

History: Singapore was occupied by the Japanese from 1942 to 1945. Here is a Wikipedia article about the occupation.
The Kranji War Memorial is dedicated to the men and women from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaya, the Netherlands, and New Zealand who died defending Singapore and Malaya against the Japanese forces. Here is a Wikipedia article about the memorial.
Location: 9 Woodlands Rd, Singapore 738656
GPS: 1.412228,103.756025
Kranji War Memorial Inscription on the War Memorial Names on the Memorial
Kranji War Memorial Inscription on the War Memorial One of the Panels of names on the Memorial
 
Cross of Sacrifice Graves in the cemetery Memorial Register
Cross of Sacrifice Graves in the adjoining cemetery Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Memorial Register
 
Chinese Memorial Those Buried Elsewhere Those Who Died in Captivity
Memorial to the Chinese killed during the occupation Memorial to Those Buried Elsewhere Memorial to Those Who Died in Captivity
 
Cremation Memorial Operation Rimau Memorial to the Unknown Dead
Memorial to those who were cremated Memorial to those who took part in Operation Rimau. Here is a Wikipedia article about Operation Rimau. Memorial to the Unknown Dead
 
Ghurka Memorial Cemetery Sign Hospital Burial Memorial
Ghurka Memorial Cemetery Sign Memorial to those buried in one grave
in the grounds of Singaport Civil General Hospital
 
 
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