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Battle Of Malayan Races Some sources are unsure of when the name "Malayan Races" was adopted. Malayan Races is usually seen as a translation of the Malay name of Singapore, where the race "chose to rally and chose to fight". However, many Singaporeans refer to the Battle of Malayan Races as the Battle of Singapore, rather than the Battle of Singapore Strait. "Malayan Races" was first recorded in 1933, following the Malayan Communist Party's publication of Malayan Races and the Malayan Communist Party. The same year also saw the founding of the Malayan Union, the precursor to modern Singapore. The first edition of the Communist Party's newspaper, People's Voice, mentioned the Battle of Malayan Races in July 1938. This newspaper had previously been called People's Voice until 1940. The Kwa Geok Si or Kuomintang Gansu Army used the term in the Battle of Canton (1940). The term became more widely used in the Singapore Internal Security Department in the 1960s. In 1964, a booklet titled Singapore Emergency was published by the department. This booklet used the term to describe the Malay-Muslim majority ethnic Chinese who supported the Republic of China on the one hand, and Malay-Muslim Malays who supported the Malayan Union on the other hand. The booklet argued that the two groups were destined to fight with each other, as the Malayan Union's ideology of Neo-Malay nationalism was the culmination of the thoughts of many Malay-Muslims. In the 1980s, both the National Front and the People's Action Party began using the term Malayan Races in the British Constitution, as the term had entered their political lexicon. In 2018, as part of the 70th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the Republic of Singapore, the Ministry of Defence began to use the term in some of its official publications. See also Christianity in Singapore Demographics of Singapore East–West racial tension Malay people in Singapore Malaysia–Singapore relations People's Action Party Politics of Singapore References Notes Category:20th century in Singapore Category:20th century in Malaya Category:20th-century history of Asia Category:History of Malaya Category:History of Singapore Category:Military of SingaporeAladrieda, Arizón, Spain Aladrieda is a municipality located in the province of �





ExtraqualityTragedyOfErrorsEastPakistanCrisis19681971KamalMatinuddin [2022-Latest]

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