How Significant was the Japanese Occupation in Singapore's History?

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Question 1

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When did Singapore fall to the Japanese?
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  • 12 February 1942
  • 13 February 1942
  • 14 February 1942
  • 15 February 1942

Question 2

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During the Japanese Occupation, the Japanese military police, the ______________, used fear to rule Singapore.
Answer
  • Force 136
  • Kempeitai
  • Allied Forces
  • MPAJA

Question 3

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During the Japanese Occupation, the ________________ was introduced to control the sales of food necessities.
Answer
  • black market
  • ration card
  • banana notes
  • Peace Living Certificate

Question 4

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During the Japanese Occupation, Singapore was renamed Syonan-to which means:
Answer
  • Light of the East Kingdom
  • Light of East Asia
  • Light of the Rising Empire
  • Light of the South

Question 5

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What was the Sook Ching operation?
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  • Identify and eliminate suspected anti-Japanese elements among the Chinese community
  • To gather the Chinese community and teach them about Japanese culture.
  • To recruit soldiers to support the war efforts
  • To collect funds for the Japanese war efforts

Question 6

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Banana notes were issued during the Japanese Occupation. Why did these notes become worthless?
Answer
  • The Japanese printed too few of these notes
  • The Japanese printed too many of these notes
  • The people traded items in the black market
  • People preferred to use the Japanese currency

Question 7

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__________________ campaigns was carried out by the Japanese to influence the mind of the people in Singapore?
Answer
  • Hearts and Mind
  • Communal
  • Propaganda
  • Loyalty

Question 8

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The Japanese Occupation in Singapore showed the importance of
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  • Forming closer diplomatic ties with countries in Asia
  • Being part of regional defense groups and partnerships
  • Depending on the world’s superpowers to defend us
  • Building our own defence force to ensure peace and stability
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