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A Sense of History: A Select Bibliography on the History of Singapore is for students and researchers interested in the history of Singapore, from its earliest times through the period of British rule interrupted briefly by the Japanese occupation, to independence and thereafter. It brings together in one volume the important bibliography lists of publications ranging from official records, parliamentary records, theses, book chapters, journal articles to newspapers. The titles listed are mainly in the English, Chinese, and Japanese language with a small number in the Malay language.
The printed bibliography was published by NUS Libraries in 1999 to commemorate the 180th anniversary of the founding of modern Singapore by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles in 1819.
The online edition contains both the English and Chinese & Japanese bibliographic entries in Digital Gems.