Question 1: The theatre screens
specially commissioned documentaries, highlighting different
aspects of life in (the name for Singapore
during the Japanese Occupation). ________
Question 2: The factory was built by ________
in October, 1941 and became Ford's first motor car assembly plant
in Southeast Asia.
Question 4: The ________ where the
surrender took place remains intact and is preserved.
Question 5: The factory is the site of the historic surrender of the British to the Japanese on 15 February 1942, at
the end of the ________ in World War II.
Question 6: The journey through the exhibition begins at a reconstructed ________, which documents the final
days of war leading up to the downfall of Singapore.
Question 7: It contains a
replica of the original
table (the original now with the Australian War Memorial), a ________ set at the exact time of the
surrender, and a map of Malaya.
Question 8: Then
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill referred to that
event as the "worst disaster and largest capitulation in British
history"; it was also widely seen as a turning point for anti-colonialism in ________.
Question 9: It was
here that the meeting between Lieutenant-General ________ and General Tomoyuki
Yamashita was held and the surrender document signed.