44 items in this album on 3 pages.

Men of the British 2/9th Gurkha Rifles training in the Malayan jungle, Oct 1941Men of the British Malay Regiment performing bayonet practice, Singapore, Oct 1941Vickers machine gun crew of the British 1st Manchester Regiment, Malaya, 17 Oct 1941BL 15-inch coastal defense gun elevated for firing, Singapore, circa 1941
Men of the British 2/9th Gurkha Rifles training in the Malayan jungle, Oct 1941Men of the British Malay Regiment performing bayonet practice, Singapore, Oct 1941Vickers machine gun crew of the British 1st Manchester Regiment, Malaya, 17 Oct 1941BL 15-inch coastal defense gun elevated for firing, Singapore, circa 1941
Newly-arrived Indian Commonwealth troops at Singapore, Nov 1941Recruits of the Singapore Volunteer Force training with a Lewis machine gun, Nov 1941British Royal Navy Rear Admiral Arthur Palliser and Admiral Sir Thomas Philips at Singapore, 2 Dec 1941The British Navy Office building in Singapore, 8 Dec 1941
Newly-arrived Indian Commonwealth troops at Singapore, Nov 1941Recruits of the Singapore Volunteer Force training with a Lewis machine gun, Nov 1941British Royal Navy Rear Admiral Arthur Palliser and Admiral Sir Thomas Philips at Singapore, 2 Dec 1941The British Navy Office building in Singapore, 8 Dec 1941
Attack on Prince of Wales and Repulse, 10 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Attack on Prince of Wales and Repulse, 10 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by a Japanese pilot; note destroyer Electra or Express in foregroundHMS Prince of Wales under attack off Kuantan, Malaya, 10 Dec 1941A column of smoke from burning rubber at a Malayan rubber plantation, Dec 1941
Attack on Prince of Wales and Repulse, 10 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Attack on Prince of Wales and Repulse, 10 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by a Japanese pilot; note destroyer Electra or Express in foregroundHMS Prince of Wales under attack off Kuantan, Malaya, 10 Dec 1941A column of smoke from burning rubber at a Malayan rubber plantation, Dec 1941
Stocks of rubber, held by a factory on a rubber plantation in Malaya, were burned during the British retreat toward Singapore, Dec 1941UK Royal Engineers preparing to blow up a bridge in Malaya during the retreat to Singapore, Dec 1941A British soldier wounded during fighting in Malaya was being put onto an ambulance in Singapore, circa Dec 1941 to Jan 1942A Japanese soldier tending graves of fallen comrades, Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942
Stocks of rubber, held by a factory on a rubber plantation in Malaya, were burned during the British retreat toward Singapore, Dec 1941UK Royal Engineers preparing to blow up a bridge in Malaya during the retreat to Singapore, Dec 1941A British soldier wounded during fighting in Malaya was being put onto an ambulance in Singapore, circa Dec 1941 to Jan 1942A Japanese soldier tending graves of fallen comrades, Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942
Japanese attacking across a railroad track somewhere in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese troops advancing on bicycles, Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese troops disarming captured British soldier, Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese Type 95 and Type 97 tanks in a town in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942
Japanese attacking across a railroad track somewhere in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese troops advancing on bicycles, Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese troops disarming captured British soldier, Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese Type 95 and Type 97 tanks in a town in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942

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