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Siam

Prades Thai, or Muang-Thai
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Phumibol Aduldet, born 1928, younger brother of King Ananda Mahidol who was assassinated on 9 June, 1946.

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Books of Reference on Siam

1. Official Publications

  1. Statistical Tear Book of the Kingdom of Siam, Bangkok. Annual. (Last issue, 1936–37.)Google Scholar
  2. Report of the Financial Adviser on the Budget of Siam. Annual. Bangkok. (Last Report published in 1936.)Google Scholar
  3. The Record (the organ of the Board of Commercial Development). Quarterly. Bangkok. Foreign Office Journal. Bangkok.Google Scholar
  4. Commercial Directory for Thailand. Bangkok. (Last issue, 1941.) (Published by the Department of Commerce.)Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Directory of Bangkok and Siam (Bangkok Times). Bangkok. Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Andrews (J. M.), Siam: 2nd rural economic survey, 1934–35. (Under the joint auspices of the Siamese Government and Harvard University.) Bangkok, 1935.Google Scholar
  3. Credner (W.), Siam: das Land der Tai. Stuttgart, 1935.Google Scholar
  4. Crosby (Sir. Tosiah), Siam: Past and Future, London, 1945.Google Scholar
  5. Landern (K. P.), Siam in Transition: a brief survey of cultural trends in the five years since the Revolution of 1932. London, 1940.Google Scholar
  6. Le May (R.), An Asian Arcady.—The Land and Peoples of Northern Siam. Cambridge, 1926.—The Coinage of Siam. Bangkok, 1933.—A Concise History of Buddhist Art in Siam. Cambridge, 1938.Google Scholar
  7. Pradist Manudharm (Luang), Le Siam Pacifiste et la Politique Etrangère du Gouvernement Siamois. Bangkok, 1937.Google Scholar
  8. Rivière (P. Louis), Siam. Paris, 1937.Google Scholar
  9. Sivaram (M.), The New Siam in the Making: A Survey of the Political Transition in Slam, 1932–36. Bangkok, 1936.—Mekong Clash and Far East Crisis: A Survey of the Thailand-Indo-China Conflict. Bangkok, 1941.Google Scholar
  10. Thompson (Virginia), Thailand: The New Siam. New York, 1941.Google Scholar
  11. Wales (H. G. Q.), Siamese State Ceremonies; Their History and Function. London, 1932.—Ancient Siamese Government and Administration. London, 1934.Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1949

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