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THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE


THE ENTRANCE Kranji Memorial Park, Singapore Dedicated to the men and women from United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaya, the Netherlands and New Zealand who died defending Singapore and Malaya against the invading Japanese forces during World War II, it comprises the War Graves, the Memorial Walls, the State Cemetery, and the Military Graves. In collaboration with:


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THE SAIL Kranji Memorial Park, Singapore The War Memorial represents the three branches of the military - the Air Force, Army and Navy. The columns represent the Army, which marches in columns, the cover over the columns is shaped after of the wings of a plane, representing the Air Force, and the shape at the top resembles the sail of a submarine, representing the Navy. In collaboration with:


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THE CROSS OF SACRIFICE Kranji Memorial Park, Singapore The Cross of Sacrifice represents the faith of the majority of the dead and the sword represents the military character of the cemetery. It was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield for the Imperial War Graves Commission and is usually present in Commonwealth war cemeteries containing 40 or more graves. In collaboration with:


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THE LONE TREE Kranji Memorial Park, Singapore As you take a walk around the Kranji War Memorial, you’ll feel the echoes of courage and sacrifice during World War II (WWII). It honours the men and women from Britain, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaya, the Netherlands and New Zealand who gave their lives for freedom in WWII. In collaboration with:


THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE


THE WAR GRAVES Kranji Memorial Park, Singapore The War Cemetery is the final resting place for 4,458 allied servicemen in marked graves laid out in rows on maintained and manicured lawns. Over 850 of these graves are unidentified. Towards the north end of the cemetery grounds is the State Cemetery and burial site of Inche Yusuf bin Ishak and Benjamin Henry Sheares, the first and second Presidents of Singapore. In collaboration with:


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