Singaporean Donald Wyatt understands the gravity of not taking peace for granted. After all, he survived World War II.
The year was 1941. On a December afternoon atop the hilly town of Kuala Lipis in Pahang, Malaya, a group of British Indian army tanks were moving southwards, away from their posts.
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