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Morib Beach


The British had planned to land at Morib Beach against expected Japanese resistance already. The atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki sped up Japan's surrender. The invasion continued as scheduled but without the expected Japanese resistance. This photograph shows British paratroopers wading ashore at Morib Beach.


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