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Memory Makers: Changi Chapel and Museum to reopen with 82 new artefacts

82 new artefacts will be on display at Changi Chapel and Museum when it reopens next Wednesday (19 April).

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One of the new exhibits is a 400-page diary of civilian internee Arthur Westrop , who hid the diary from his Japanese captors for two years Singapore WorldWarII

82 new artefacts will be on display at Changi Chapel and Museum when it reopens next Wednesday (19 April).

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