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National Archives
Singapore, Singapore
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Established by an Act of Parliament in 1968, The National Archives of Singapore (NAS) is the official custodian of the Singapore government's corporate memory. As an institution under the National Heritage Board, instituted in 1993, NAS also acquires records from private sources to fill gaps in the nation's history. The rich holdings of the archives form an important part of Singapore's heritage for enjoyment by present and future generations of Singaporeans through exhibitions, outreach and publication programmes. NAS has moved beyond its traditional roles as record keeper of the nation. In 2002, NAS developed Reflections at Bukit Chandu, a World War II interpretative centre, at Pepys Road, where we remember the heroism and sacrifice made by those who defended Singapore in a time of crisis. In 2006, NAS developed another World War II interpretative centre at Upper Bukit Timah Road, called Memories at Old Ford Factory. This National Monument has a permanent gallery which showcases the memories of personal life experiences of the various ethnic communities during the Japanese Occupation through the exhibition – Syonan Years: Singapore Under Japanese Rule (1942-1945)

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Address
1 Canning Rise 
City
Singapore
Country
Singapore 
Website
http://archivesonline.nas.sg/
Contributor
Stanley Tan 

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