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RMS Queen Mary in the King George VI Graving Dock, Sembawang, Singapore, Aug 1940Entrance to RAF Station Sembawang, Singapore, circa 1941Royal Navy building hosting the headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief China Station and the Rear Admiral Malaya, Singapore, 1941Catalina aircraft of No. 205 Squadron RAF undergoing service at Seletar, Singapore, mid-1941
RMS Queen Mary in the King George VI Graving Dock, Sembawang, Singapore, Aug 1940Entrance to RAF Station Sembawang, Singapore, circa 1941Royal Navy building hosting the headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief China Station and the Rear Admiral Malaya, Singapore, 1941Catalina aircraft of No. 205 Squadron RAF undergoing service at Seletar, Singapore, mid-1941
British mechanics assembling Buffalo fighters, Singapore, circa 12 Aug 1941British Army Lieutenant General Arthur Percival leaving a plane on his arrival to Singapore as the new commander of British forces in Malaya and Singapore, 13 Aug 1941A British Warship inside the Admiralty IX Floating Dry Dock, Singapore, Sep 1941Buffalo Mark I fighters of Nos. 21 and 453 Squadrons RAAF being inspected by RAF personnel, Sembawang airfield, Singapore, 12 Oct 1941
British mechanics assembling Buffalo fighters, Singapore, circa 12 Aug 1941British Army Lieutenant General Arthur Percival leaving a plane on his arrival to Singapore as the new commander of British forces in Malaya and Singapore, 13 Aug 1941A British Warship inside the Admiralty IX Floating Dry Dock, Singapore, Sep 1941Buffalo Mark I fighters of Nos. 21 and 453 Squadrons RAAF being inspected by RAF personnel, Sembawang airfield, Singapore, 12 Oct 1941
British Army Lieutenant General Arthur Percival welcoming US envoy Averell Harriman at Sembawang Airfield, Singapore, 30 Oct 1941BL 15-inch coastal defense gun elevated for firing, Singapore, circa 1941Blenheim Mark I bomber of No. 62 Squadron RAF and Buffalo fighters of Nos. 21 and 453 Squadrons RAAF on the ground, Sembawang, Singapore, late 1941, photo 1 of 2Blenheim Mark I bomber of No. 62 Squadron RAF and Buffalo fighters of Nos. 21 and 453 Squadrons RAAF on the ground, Sembawang, Singapore, late 1941, photo 2 of 2
British Army Lieutenant General Arthur Percival welcoming US envoy Averell Harriman at Sembawang Airfield, Singapore, 30 Oct 1941BL 15-inch coastal defense gun elevated for firing, Singapore, circa 1941Blenheim Mark I bomber of No. 62 Squadron RAF and Buffalo fighters of Nos. 21 and 453 Squadrons RAAF on the ground, Sembawang, Singapore, late 1941, photo 1 of 2Blenheim Mark I bomber of No. 62 Squadron RAF and Buffalo fighters of Nos. 21 and 453 Squadrons RAAF on the ground, Sembawang, Singapore, late 1941, photo 2 of 2
Blenheim Mark I bombers of No. 62 Squadron RAF and Buffalo fighters of Nos. 21 or 453 Squadrons RAAF at Sembawang, Singapore, late 1941Buffalo Mark I fighters of No. 21 Squadron RAAF lining up at Sembawang, Singapore for inspecting by Air Vice Marshal C. W. H. Pulford, Nov 1941Buffalo Mark I fighters of No. 453 Squadron RAF at Sembawang, Singapore lined up in preparation of an inspection by Air Vice Marshal C. W. H. Pulford, Nov 1941Recruits of the Singapore Volunteer Force training with a Lewis machine gun, Nov 1941
Blenheim Mark I bombers of No. 62 Squadron RAF and Buffalo fighters of Nos. 21 or 453 Squadrons RAAF at Sembawang, Singapore, late 1941Buffalo Mark I fighters of No. 21 Squadron RAAF lining up at Sembawang, Singapore for inspecting by Air Vice Marshal C. W. H. Pulford, Nov 1941Buffalo Mark I fighters of No. 453 Squadron RAF at Sembawang, Singapore lined up in preparation of an inspection by Air Vice Marshal C. W. H. Pulford, Nov 1941Recruits of the Singapore Volunteer Force training with a Lewis machine gun, Nov 1941
General Sir Henry Pownall at Singapore as Commander-in-Chief of the British Far East forces, Dec 1941Battlecruiser HMS Repulse leaving the port of Singapore, 8 Dec 1941, two days before she was to be sunkBritish battleship HMS Prince of Wales leaving Singapore, 8 Dec 1941The British Navy Office building in Singapore, 8 Dec 1941
General Sir Henry Pownall at Singapore as Commander-in-Chief of the British Far East forces, Dec 1941Battlecruiser HMS Repulse leaving the port of Singapore, 8 Dec 1941, two days before she was to be sunkBritish battleship HMS Prince of Wales leaving Singapore, 8 Dec 1941The British Navy Office building in Singapore, 8 Dec 1941

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