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Mention MacRitchie Reservoir and the Japanese Occupation (1942 to 1945), and one would probably think of the Syonan Jinja Shinto shrine. Located near Sime Road at the western part of MacRitchie Reservoir, the shrine was constructed on a hill by the Japanese deep within the forests of MacRitchie with the labour of about 20,000 British and Australian prisoners-of-war (POWs). Screenshot from Google Map Advertisement The shrine commemorated the Japanese soldiers who died in the the battles for Malaya and Sumatra. It was destroyed by the Japanese shortly before their surrender because they feared that it would be desecrated by the British, after they returned. Construction of Syonan Jinja. Source: NAS Construction of Syonan Jinja. Source: NAS Source: Wikipedia Story continues below Some Articles That Could Use Traffic Facebook page dedicated to showcasing moms in S’pore breastf...

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