élite and the economy in Siam, c. 1890-1920 by Brown, Ian

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Published by Oxford University Press in Singapore, New York .

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  • Elite (Social sciences) -- Thailand -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Elite (Social sciences) -- Thailand -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Thailand -- Economic policy.,
  • Thailand -- Politics and government.

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Book details

StatementIan Brown.
SeriesEast Asian historical monographs
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC445 .B76 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination196 p. ;
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2401138M
ISBN 100195888774
LC Control Number87031338

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The modern states of Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, Laos, Brunei, and East Timor were once élite and the economy in Siam tapestry of kingdoms, colonies, and smaller polities linked by sporadic trade and occasional war. By the end of the nineteenth century, however, the United States and several European powers had come to control almost the entire region - only to.

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C)The Idea of a National Bank and the Effects on the British Banks. Works. Chapter IV:The Development of British Economic Interests in Northern Siam and the Opening of the Teak Forests Northern Economy and its Link with British Burma.

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The economic crisis brought the political movement in Siam to a dénouement by imposing the necessity for an increase in taxation—an increase which the late Government attempted to provide for.

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colonists), section on Liberian money with images, a. France, Britain, and the Kingdom of Siam On 27 June,Napoleon III, Eugenie, and the Prince Imperial received the Siamese embassy, dispatched by King Rama IV, in a grand ceremony in the Sal de Bal at the Château de Fontainebleau, involving a procession of bowing ambassadors, sumptuous costumes, and lavish gifts.

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Large portion of population produced and marketed for the world economy and came to rely on long-distance imports for such everyday items of consumption as cloth, ceramics, utensils, coinage.

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At the courts of the kings of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, which fell under French suzerainty, and in the palaces of the.Ramadhipati founded Ayudhya in and was the first king of Siam with Hindu laws.

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