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A history of South-East Asia

Author: D G E Hall
Publisher: London : Macmillan Press, 1981.
Series: Macmillan international college editions.; Macmillan Asian histories series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th 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 Press, 1981
(OCoLC)558159197
Online version:
Hall, D.G.E. (Daniel George Edward), 1891-1979.
History of South-East Asia.
London : Macmillan Press, 1981
(OCoLC)607730269
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D G E Hall
ISBN: 0333241630 9780333241639 0333241649 9780333241646
OCLC Number: 7566533
Description: xxx, 1070 pages, [2] folded leaves of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I: To the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century. 1. The Peopling of South-East Asia --
2. South-East Asian Proto-History --
(a) The spread of Indian influence --
(b) The earliest states; Funan, the Lin-yi --
(c) The period of the earliest inscriptions --
(d) Hinduism in South-East Asia --
(e) Buddhism in South-East Asia --
3. The Island Empires (1) --
(a) The emergence of Srivijaya; the Sailendras --
(b) Javanese life in the eighth and ninth centuries --
(c) The greatness and decline of Srivijaya --
4. The Island Empires (2) --
(a) Java to the Mongol Invasion of 1293 --
(b) Majapahit, 1293-c. 1520 --
5. The Khmers and Angkor --
(a) The Khmer kingdom of Cambodia to 1001 --
(b) From 1001 to the abandonment of Angkor in 1432 --
(c) The economic basis of Khmer civilization --
(d) Cambodia from 1444 to the Siamese conquest in 1594 --
6. Burma and Arakan --
(a) The pre-Pagan period --
(b) The empire of Pagan, 1044-1287 --
(c) From the Mongol conquest of Pagan (1287) to the Shan sack of Ava (1527) --
7. Early Siam : Mons and T'ai --
(a) The Mon Kingdom of Dvaravati --
(b) The T'ai Kingdoms, and Sukhothai Ayut'ia --
8. The Kingdom of Champa --
9. Annam and Tongking --
10. Malacca and the Spread of Islam --
11. The Economy of South-East Asia Before the Beginning of the European Impact --
12. Monarchy and the State in South-East Asia --
13. The Coming of the European Part II. South-East Asia from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the End of the Eighteenth. 14. The Portuguese and Spaniards in South-East Asia --
(a) The Portuguese --
(b) The Spaniards in the Philippines --
(c) Spanish intervention in Cambodia --
15. Burma and the T'ai Kingdoms in the Sixteenth Century --
(a) To 1570 --
(b) From 1570 to 1599 --
16. Indonesia from the Passing of Majapahit to the Rise of Mataram --
(a) The Indonesian States --
(b) The Anglo-Dutch assault on the 'ring fence' --
(c) The Anglo-Dutch struggle for the spice trade --
17. Mataram and the Expansion of the V.O.C., 1623-84 --
18. The Zenith and Decline of the V.O.C., 1684-1799 --
19. The Malay Powers from the Fall of Malacca (1511) to the End of the Eighteenth Century --
20. Siam and the European Powers in the Seventeenth Century --
21. Burma under the Restored Toungoo Dynasty, 1600-1752 --
22. The Rise and Fall of the Kingdom of Mrohaugn in Arakan --
23. The Beginnings of the Konbaung Dynasty in Burma, 1752-82 --
24. Annam and Tongking, 1620-1820 --
(a) The struggle of Trinh and Nguyen, 1620-1777 --
(b) The establishment of the Nguyen empire of Cochin China, Annam and Tongking, 1777-1820 --
25. The Rape of Cambodia --
26. The Kingdom of Laos, 1591-1836 --
27. Siam from 1688 to 1851 Part III. The Period of European Territorial Expansion. 28. The Javanese in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries / Dr. M. C. Ricklefs --
29. Indonesia from the Fall of the V.O.C. to the Recall of Raffles, 1799-1816 --
30. British Beginnings in Malaya : Background to Singapore --
31. The Straits Settlements and Borneo, 1786-1867 --
(a) From the acquisition of Penang to the Anglo-Dutch Treaty of 1824 --
(b) The Straits Settlements from 1824 to 1867 --
(c) Borneo to 1839 --
(d) Piracy and the work of Raja James Brooke --
32. The Restored Dutch Regime in Indonesia and the Culture System, 1816-48 --
33. The British Forward Movement in Malaya and Borneo --
34. The Dutch Forward Movement in Indonesia --
35. The Reign of Bodawpaya and the First Anglo-Burmese War, 1782-1826 --
36. Burma from the Treaty of Yandabo to the Creation of the Province of British Burma, 1826-62 --
37. The Last Days of the Konbaung Dynasty at Mandalay, 1862-85 --
38. Vietnam and the Beginnings of French Expansion in Indo-China, 1820-70 --
39. The Second Stage of French Expansion in Indo-China, 1870-1900 --
40. Siam under Mongkut and Chulalongkorn, 1851-1910 --
41. Britain, France and the Siamese Question --
(a) Luang Prabang --
(b) The Mekong question --
(c) Paknam and after Part IV. Nationalism and the Challenge to European Domination. 42. The Philippines to the End of Spanish Rule --
43. The Resurgence of South-East Asia --
44. British Burma, 1886-1942 --
45. The Dutch "New Course" and Nationalism in Indonesia, 1900-42 --
46. French Administration and Nationalism in Indo-China --
47. The United States and Filipino Nationalism --
48. The Economic Aspect of European Domination --
(a) British Burma --
(b) French Indo-China --
(c) The Netherlands Indies --
(d) Malaya --
49. Siam in Transition, 1910-42 --
50. The Japanese Impact --
51. After the war, 1945-50 --
(a) Malaya --
(b) Burma --
(c) French Indo-China --
(d) Indonesia --
(e) Siam --
(f) The Philippines --
52. Independence --
(a) General Questions --
(b) Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos --
(c) Malaysia and Singapore --
(d) Indonesia --
(e) The Union of Burma --
(f) Thailand --
(g) The Philippines Appendix: Dynastic lists, with governors and governors-general --
Select Bibliography --
Index.
Series Title: Macmillan international college editions.; Macmillan Asian histories series.
Responsibility: by D.G.E. Hall.

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