THAILAND: The New Siam by Virginia Thompson

THAILAND: The New Siam

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The author of French Indo China presents herewith a survey of the many aspects of Siam, from its geography, peoples, history, foreign relations, administration, justice, agriculture, commerce, industries, public works, finance, labor, religion and missions, social life and problems, public health, culture, education, press and public opinions. The book traces the developments of the country, efficacious measures, new regulations, growth of independence, importance in international affairs, etc. The book has an authoritative note, and is the most recent and exhaustive study of importance, criticism and candid comment on Slam. For reference, libraries, scholars, primarily.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1941
Publisher: Macmillan