Did the Allies Cover Up Japan’s WWII War Crimes?

The saga of Alfred Bird and the Singapore War Crimes Trials suggests they did

Indicted Japanese war criminals standing to attention in the dock of the Singapore Supreme Court at the beginning of the trial — 21 January 1946. From WikiCommons. Source: IWMCollections IWM Photo No.: CF 1051. Post-Work: User:W.wolny. Licence: Unrestricted in due to IWM

Seventy-seven years ago, in one of the last official surrender ceremonies of World War II, Singaporeans gathered in their city center, in front of the grand façade of the Supreme Court Building, to witness Japan’s formal return of Singapore to British…

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Aimee Liu

Aimee Liu

Author, Asian-American novels (Glorious Boy), nonfiction on eating disorders (Gaining), writing, wellness. Published @Hachette. MFA & more@ aimeeliu.net