2015 FEB Case Files from the Singapore War Crimes Tribunal Exhibition, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore

17 February 2015 Tuesday

170215 (Tue)

To commemorate the 73rd Anniversary of the Battle for Singapore and the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Singapore, NHB will present an exhibition titled Case Files from the Singapore War Crimes Tribunal. The exhibition focuses on the key WWII incidents and war time atrocities committed by the Japanese, as well as accounts of the investigations undertaken by the tribunal between 1945 and 1948.

Through the use of photographs, WWII artefacts, court transcripts and video clips, the exhibition will present key cases covering war crimes committed at Alexandra Hospital, Selarang Barracks, Oxley Rise, Outram Goal, Arab Street and on board the Hofuku Maru, as well as during Sook Ching, Double Tenth, and Operations Jaywick and Rimau.

Author: 110215 (Wed) National Museum of Singapore

Event: 2015 Battle for Singapore: Case Files from the Singapore War Crimes Tribunal Exhibition
Date: 15 (Sun) February – 5 (Sun) April 2015
Time: 10am – 6pm | 1000 – 1800 hours
Venue: Glass Atrium, Level 2, National Museum of Singapore
Admission: Free

]1[ Information board for the event.

]2[ Visitors checking out the exhibition.

]3[ Photo of the exhibition area.

]4[  Photo of the exhibition area.

]5[ A panorama photo of the court room.

]6[ A Boys Anti-tank Rifle used by the British army.

]7[ A box of excavated keys on display.

]8[ A hand-made radio disguised in a matchbox.

]9[ A Japanese Model 92 heavy machine gun used during WWII.

]10[ Visitors reading the Alexandra Hospital information board.

]11[ Photo of the exhibition area.

]12[ Operation Jaywick information board.

]13[ A group photo of the “Z” special unit.

]14[ Oxley rise headquarters of the Kempei Tai information board.

]15[ No mention of the name Lieutenant Adnan Saidi on The Battle of Bukit Chandu information board.

Some photos in Flickristan.

]2015 FEB[ Case Files from the Singapore War Crimes Tribunal Exhibition, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore

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