Posts Tagged: World War II

Time with a wartime survivour

It’s hard to believe, but within the better part of the next two decades, there will be next to no survivours of the Japanese Occupation, and with it, their personal stories that history textbooks would never tell you about. Thankfully,

Time with a wartime survivour

It’s hard to believe, but within the better part of the next two decades, there will be next to no survivours of the Japanese Occupation, and with it, their personal stories that history textbooks would never tell you about. Thankfully,

Learning from Germany’s approach to History

It is hard to apologise for a mistake made, let alone one that came at the cost of over 6 million lives. Yet Germany and in particular it’s capital, Berlin, has adopted an interesting stance towards the recognition of it

Learning from Germany’s approach to History

It is hard to apologise for a mistake made, let alone one that came at the cost of over 6 million lives. Yet Germany and in particular it’s capital, Berlin, has adopted an interesting stance towards the recognition of it

Voices of our Darkest Hour

On 11 Feb, I headed to the Memories at Old Ford Factory to attend one of the four weekend series of ‘Voices of our Darkest Hour: 70th Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore Commermorative Talks’, with World War II survivor

Voices of our Darkest Hour

On 11 Feb, I headed to the Memories at Old Ford Factory to attend one of the four weekend series of ‘Voices of our Darkest Hour: 70th Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore Commermorative Talks’, with World War II survivor