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A history of South-east Asia.

Author: D G E Hall
Publisher: London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1964.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
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Hall, D.G.E. (Daniel George Edward), 1891-1979.
History of South-east Asia.
London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1964
(OCoLC)582598807
Online version:
Hall, D.G.E. (Daniel George Edward), 1891-1979.
History of South-east Asia.
London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1964
(OCoLC)605620811
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D G E Hall
OCLC Number: 411176
Description: xvii, 955 pages : illustrations, maps [some folded] ; 23 cm
Contents: To the beginning of the sixteenth century. The peopling of South-East Asia ; South-East Asian proto-history ; The island empires (1) ; The island empires (2) ; The Khmers and Angkor ; Burma and Arakan ; The T'ais and the kingdom of Ayut'ia ; The kingdom of Champa ; Annam and Tongking ; Malacca and the spread of Islam ; The coming of the European --
South-East Asia during the earlier phase of European expansion. The Portuguese and Spaniards in South-East Asia ; Burma and the T'ai kingdoms in the sixteenth century ; Indonesia from the passing of Majapahit to the rise of Mataram ; Mataram and the expansion of the V. OlC., 1623-84 ; The zenith and decline of the V.O.C., 1684-1799 ; The Malay powers from the fall of Malacca (1511) to the end of the eighteenth century ; Siam and the European powers in the seventeenth century ; Burma under the restored Toungoo dynasty, 1600-1752 ; The rise and fall of the kingdom of Mrohaung in Arakan ; The beginnings of the Konbaung dynasty inBurma, 1752-82 ; Annam and Tongking, 1620-1820 ; The kingdom of Laos, 1591-1836 ; Siam from 1688-1851 --
The period of European territorial expansion. Indonesia from the fall of the V.O.C. to the recall of Raffles, 1799-1816 ; British beginnings in Malaya: background to Singapore ; The Straits settlements and Borneo, 1786-1867 ; The restored Dutch regime in Indonesia and the culture system, 1816-48 ; The British forward movement in Malaya and Borneo ; The Dutch forward movement in Indonesia ; The reign of Bodawpaya and the first Anglo-Burmese war, 1782-1826 ; Burma from the treaty of Yandabo to the creation of the province of British Burma, 1826-62 ; The last days of the Konbaung dynasty at Mandalay, 1862-85 ; Vietnam and the beginnings of French expansion in Indo-China, 1820-70 ; The second stage of French expansion in Indo-China, 1870-1900 ; Siam under Mongkut and Chulalongkorn, 1851-1910 ; Britain, France and the Siamese question --
Nationalism and the challenge to European domination. The Philippines to the end of Spanish rule ; The resurgence of South-East Asia ; British Burma, 1886-1942 ; The Dutch 'new course' and nationalism in Indonesia, 1900-42 ; French administration and nationalism in Indo-China ; The United States and Filipino nationalism ; The economic aspect of European domination ; Siam in transition, 1919-42 ; The Japanese impact ; After the war, 1945-50 ; Independence.

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