Imperial Japanese Navy sailors surrender to allied naval personnel in front of “kamikaze suicide boats” loaded with explosives at Lo So Shing, Lamma Island in September 1945. Photo: Imperial War Museum

Hong Kong history: the tunnels where Japanese hid from air raids in wartime – exploring one of the last vestiges of 4-year occupation

Australian-born history buff Robert Lockyer leads tours of tunnels dug into Lamma Island by villagers the Japanese executed afterwards to keep their location secret; his explorations have also uncovered a Qing dynasty fort

Topic |   Old Hong Kong

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Imperial Japanese Navy sailors surrender to allied naval personnel in front of “kamikaze suicide boats” loaded with explosives at Lo So Shing, Lamma Island in September 1945. Photo: Imperial War Museum
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