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Emotional/Psychological ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~[ Did the Japanese change the teens life?]

Lee Kip Lin [1984] , National Archives of Singapore
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Lee Kip Lin [1984] , National Archives of Singapore

1) What this source is about/ Description of the source -------------------------------- This source is an oral interview by Lee Kip Lin who was a student during the Japanese Occupation. Interviewed by Low Lay Leng. Lee Kip Lin talks about his experience before and during the Japanese Occupation and how he matured and grew from being a bad student. ------------------------------------------ 2) How this source is relevant to the aspect Emotional/Psychological ----------- This source is relevant as it describes the Japanese Occupation as a very traumatizing experience as the victims of war experienced the fear of bombings and all the chaos and instability. This source also explains how people became more mature as it was a time to reflect and think on their past sins.

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Maswood Haji Hussein [2015] irememberSG
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Maswood Haji Hussein [2015] irememberSG

1) What this source is about/ Description of the source -------------------------------- This source is a video of the recount of Maswood Haji Hussein, an 82-year-old man who was a youth during the Japanese Occupation. From the article "KopiTimes: The Fall Of Singapore" posted by Nur Azizah. Maswood talks about his experience as a youth during the Japanese Occupation and his experience of the bombings. ---------------- 2) How this source is relevant to the aspect Emotional/Psychological ----------- This source is relevant as it describes how the Japanese Occupation was a very emotionally distressing period of time due to the dangerous circumstances and the chaotic situation caused by the bombings. Maswood also shares a story of how he mistaken hand grenades for toys and that he brought them to his father.

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Aziz Bin Rahim Khan Surattee [1983] , National Archives of Singapore
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Aziz Bin Rahim Khan Surattee [1983] , National Archives of Singapore

1) What this source is about/ Description of the source -------------------------------- This source is an oral interview by Aziz Bin Rahim Khan Surattee who was a student and a messenger during the Japanese Occupation. Interview by Low Lay Leng. Aziz Bin Rahim Khan Surattee talks about his experience as a youth who was a messenger during the Japanese Occupation. He talks about the first bomb that was dropped in Chinatown and he recounted the fear his family felt. Everyone was in fear, hiding in their shelters. ------------------------------ 2) How this source is relevant to the aspect Emotional/Psychological ----------- This source is relevant as is describes the Japanese Occupation as an agonizing period of time because people were unsure of what was happening and they could only wait until morning when the morning paper came out.

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Tan Guan Chuan, [1984] National Archives of Singapore
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Tan Guan Chuan, [1984] National Archives of Singapore

1) What this source is about/ Description of the source -------------------------------- This source is a transcript of an interview Tan Guan Chuan sharing his experiences during the Japanese Occupation. Interview by Low Lay Leng. Tan Guan Chuan describes his experience and the incident he witnessed which was the harrassment of people during the Japanese Occupation. 2) How this source is relevant to the aspect Emotional/Psychological ----------- This source is relevant as it describes the people being very frightened by the harrassment and they were heavily tortured to a point where some people were even killed as they could not take the pain from the torture such as the Kempetai torturing the people by pulling their nails, sticking spikes into their toes and using wooden blocks to hit their chest.

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