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Southeast Asia

Creator: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Center for Vietnamese Studies | History - 1971



154 pages

Southeast Asia, History, Culture, People

Creator: Edward Graff, Harold Earl Hammond | 1971

An examination and evaluation of the people and cultures of one of the most strategic areas in the contemporary world. Includes information about the land, foreign relations, new nations, natural resources and languages.

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An examination and evaluation of the people and cultures of one of the most strategic areas in the contemporary world. Includes information about the land, foreign relations, new nations, natural resources and languages.



229 pages

Southeast Asia

Creator: Alice Taylor | 1971


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Southeast Asia Treaty Organization - Wikipedia, the free ...
The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) was an international organization for collective defense in Southeast Asia created by the Southeast Asia Collective ...

UWCSEA | International school in Singapore
Started in 1971, UWCSEA is an international IB school in Singapore, recognised for academic excellence, service and outdoor education for students ages 4 to 18.

Southeast Asian Games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia.

The Lotus Transcendent: Indian and Southeast Asian Art ...
The Lotus Transcendent explores works drawn from one of the most important collections of Indian and Southeast Asian art ever assembled. The collection was brought ...

“Herbicide Stockpile” at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa ...
The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol 11, Issue 1, No. 5, January 14, 2013. “Herbicide Stockpile” at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa: 1971 U.S. Army report on Agent Orange ...


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  • University of Oklahoma Press

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  • University of Michigan Library

    Operation Ranch Hand: The air force and herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971

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    Operation Ranch Hand

    0 5/5 DawnDe - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Operation Ranch Hand: The air force and herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971 (Paperback) I purchased this book for my boss after renting it from the library for work. We ended up paying overdue fees, and when I found a used version of this book on Amazon, I was happy to purchase it. We have already helped Vietnam Veterans exposed to Agent Orange file for benefits using the facts in this book. I recommend all Veteran Service Offices have a copy on their shelves. It is extremely dry reading but worth the effort. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 3, 2012

    Plenty of details even from the government printing office

    0 4/5 Georgia Cline "Montana Clines" (Lewistown, MT USA) - See all my reviews, October 1, 2011

    Operation Ranch Hand

    0 5/5 Harold V. Arkenbout "HalArk" (Melbourne, FL USA) - See all my reviews, November 21, 2010
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  • Holt Rinehart & Winston

    In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History

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    Rating (5 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
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    From Arakan to Cebuano, from Tu Duc to Kartini

    If you are interested in history, or perhaps if you just had to sit through history way back when, you probably heard about "no taxation without representation", Gettysburg, Disraeli, the Magna Carta, Charlemagne, Voltaire, and Cheops' Pyramid, to take a few out of the grab bag. Whether or not you've heard of similarly central and basic events or people in Southeast Asia is another question. Most people in English-speaking countries are a bit vague if asked about Arakan (a long independent kingdom now part of Burma or Myanmar) or Cebuano (one of the most important Philippine languages), Tu Duc (the last major emperor of Vietnam who died in 1883) or Kartini (a Javanese woman whose letters are a monument to modernization and change in Indonesia). I first used the 1973 edition of this book more than 30 years ago when I had to teach an introductory course on Southeast Asia. I found it an invaluable source of information, in an excellently organized format. The authors wisely did not... 5/5 Bob Newman "Bob Newman" (Marblehead, Massachusetts USA) - See all my reviews, March 18, 2005

    A good intro to the modern history of a diverse region

    Wow! What a volume. As I mentioned in my review of a Cambridge History of the same region, ignorance of this region is simply not wise, and I would dare say not an option. In this day of terrorism and other geopolitical concerns, we remain ignorant of this region at our peril. This book will give the reader a good basic explanation of the ten countries (at the time this book was published) that make up this region.This work is divided into five parts. The first part is entitled "The Eighteenth-Century World." In it, the authors describe the various forces affecting peasants, tribal peoples, village-life, etc. over the region as a whole before focusing on specific countries (many of which were colonies at the time.)Part two, entitled "New Challenges to Old Authority" goes country/region by country/region and talks about the major changes coming to the region, much of which is brought by the European powers and the expansion of the role that they have had... 4/5 Michael Le Houllier (Taichung City, Taiwan) - See all my reviews This review is from: In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History (Revised) (Paperback) Wow! What a volume. As I mentioned in my review of a Cambridge History of the same region, ignorance of this region is simply not wise, and I would dare say not an option. In this day of terrorism and other geopolitical concerns, we remain ignorant of this region at our peril. This book will give the reader a good basic explanation of the ten countries (at the time this book was published) that make up this region.This work is divided into five parts. The first part is entitled "The Eighteenth-Century World." In it, the authors describe the various forces affecting peasants, tribal peoples, village-life, etc. over the region as a whole before focusing on specific countries (many of which were colonies at the time.)Part two, entitled "New Challenges to Old Authority" goes country/region by country/region and talks about the major changes coming to the region, much of which is brought by the European powers and the expansion of the role that they have had... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 8, 2005

    Great Introduction

    0 4/5 J. Jolley (Bolingbrook, IL USA) - See all my reviews, May 15, 2012
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  • Richard M. Nixon

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  • Squadron/Signal Publications

    Air War Over Southeast Asia: A Pictorial Record Vol. 3, 1971-1975 - Vietnam Studies Group series (6037)

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  • Office of Air Force History / United States Air Force

    Operation Ranch Hand: The United States Air Force and Herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971

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  • Yale Univ Southeast Asia Studies

    Philippine Migration: The Settlement of the Digos-Padada Valley, Davao Province (Southeast Asia Studies Monograph Series)

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  • National Geographic Society

    National Geographic Map - The Peoples of Mainland Southeast Asia - March 1971 (MAP ONLY)

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