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Gilmour, John Henry, 1892-1951 :Basking in the shade. The Singapore Naval Base was officially opened on February 14 - news item. New Zealand Truth, 16 February 1938 (page 12).

Reference Number: A-313-1-028

A man is relaxing in a hammock strung between two palm trees on the islands of New Zealand, which are labelled 'Pacific paradise'. His hammock is shaded from the rays of a Japanese military sun by a long shadow cast from a gun barrel labelled 'Singapore'.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to John Henry Gilmour, NZ Truth (Newspaper), New Zealand, Singapore, Navy-yards and naval stations, Military policy, World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Singapore and Japanese - Singapore.

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Gilmour, John Henry, 1892-1951 :Basking in the shade. The Singapore Naval Base was officially opened on February 14 - news item. New Zealand Truth, 16 February 1938 (page 12)., Reference Number A-313-1-028 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA4 size photocopy from newspaper.. Single art work

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