5 edition of Asia--the winning of independence found in the catalog.
Asia--the winning of independence
|Statement||edited by Robin Jeffrey.|
|LC Classifications||DS526.4 .A74 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||81516634|
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Robin Jeffrey studied first at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, obtaining a BA degree. He was awarded a in modern Indian history by the University of Sussex, England, in and had previously worked as a school teacher in Chandigarh, India, for the Regional Institute of English and the Canadian University Service Overseas between and /5(2).
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Robin Jeffrey --The Philippines / Alfred W. McCoy --India / Robin Jeffrey --Indonesia / Anthony Reid --Vietnam / David Marr --Malaya / Lee Kam Hing --Conclusion / D.A. sibility. Asia—The Winning of Independence.
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Front Matter. Pages i. Is part of Book Title Asia, the winning of independence: the Philippines, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaya Author(s) Robin Jeffrey Date Publisher Macmillan Pub place London Volume Macmillan international college editions ISBN As India gears up to celebrate another Independence Day on August 15 (Saturday), here are some books you can read to know better about the events that unfolded then.
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He was awarded a in modern Indian history by the University of Sussex, England, in and had previously worked as a school teacher in Chandigarh, India, for the Regional Institute of English and the Canadian University Service.
This model is used to explain the prevalence of populism across the major states in post-authoritarian Southeast Asia: the Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand. In Asia: The Winning of Independence, Jeffrey, R. (ed.). New York: St.
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