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The Singapore War Crimes Trials Web Portal contributes to a broader and deeper appreciation of World War II history in Singapore and its region by providing the public with one-stop access to the Singapore trials and comprehensive case summaries, contextual information, visual aids, and links to related resources (the case documents are linked to the ICC Legal Tools Database). The Allied Powers conducted war crimes trials in Asia and Europe after World War II. In Asia, the British chose to base war crimes investigations in Singapore and conducted the majority of trials there (altogether 131 trials). Though these trials dealt with historically significant atrocities, they remain relatively unknown in Singapore and the region. The Portal aims to promote public appreciation of a crucial but under-explored aspect of World War II history, and to be a jumping off point for those seeking to learn more about the Singapore trials. The Portal is generously supported by the National Heritage Board of Singapore and the Singapore Academy of Law.

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