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Stories from Australia, Singapore, and the American colonial period.
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Lady Deborah Moody was called "a dangerous woman.”
She was thrown out of her English community in Massachusetts for refusing to silence her opinions and defying the patriarchal authorities of the Church of Salem.
With her bold courage and unwavering determination, Lady Deborah Moody became the first woman to establish a town in English and Dutch North America in 1645.
The legacy of the Japanese Occupation of Singapore still resonates today. But what of those from the island who fought on battlefields thousands of miles from home? Forgotten Heroes follows the stories of four courageous individuals from Singapore who found themselves in far-flung theatres of war. From the blood-soaked beaches of Northern France to the icy waters of the North Atlantic Ocean, from the violent skies over southern China to the brutalities of a Japanese POW camp in Java, this documentary recounts the incredible true stories of four Singaporeans who lived through turbulent times. Forgotten Heroes features an interview with one of the world's last remaining “Flying Tigers”, along with moving testimonies from our heroes’ families and leading WW2 experts. Stylish cinematography and bold animation bring these daring wartime stories to life.