MALAY REGIMENT SOLDIERS WITH MORTAR. THE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER (NCO) SIGNALS THAT HIS MORTAR IS READY FOR ACTION.
The Malay Regiment was formed at Port Dickson in 1933. War hero Lieutenant Adnan Saidi of the Malay Regiment died fighting the Japanese in one of the fiercest World War II battles in Singapore at the Battle of Opium Hill (Bukit Chandu), off Pasir Panjang.
08/1941
19980006416 - 0021
12,342/1/18A
27048
K 166
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The Malay Regiment was formed at Port Dickson in 1933. War hero Lieutenant Adnan Saidi of the Malay Regiment died fighting the Japanese in one of the fiercest World War II battles in Singapore at the Battle of Opium Hill (Bukit Chandu), off Pasir Panjang.

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