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The conquest, pacification, and administration of the Shan states by the British, 1896-1897
|Statement||by Clarence Hendershot.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 1840 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 303 leaves|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||88891143|
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PREFACE i The author of this work, Sao Saimong Mangrai, is the son of a past Sawbwa of the Shan State of Kengtung, the husband of Daw Mi Mi Khaing, herself the writer of a wel.
The first is the great valley of the Irrawaddy, from the mountain ranges north of Mogaung to the northern boundary of the Thayetmyo district; the second is the valley of the Chindwin; the third is the valley of the Sittang, in which lies the Eastern Division, down to the boundary of the Toungoo district; and the fourth is the Shan States.
In the British administration had not yet touched the Chin hills or. two areas and feudatory rule in the Shan States. The only real contact between the two came through the institution of the Governor and the administrative system 9 Sir C.
Crosthwaite, Pacification of Burma (London, 91i2), is still the best account of the early rela-tions. SAO WENG (A Shan Patriot of LAWKSAWK) The Sao Hpa (or) Sawbwa of the State of LAWKSAWK was without doubt the first Shan leader of SHAN STATE to clash with the advancing British Column.
It was January The annexation of Upper Burma was accomplished in The Sao Hpas of Southern Shan States formed 1896-1897 book confederacy and installed the Limbin. The Shan State lies in the central-eastern half of the Union of Burma. It is bounded on the west by the states of Kachin, Burma proper, and Kayah; on the east its borders touch China, Laos, and Thailand.
Although there are some mountain passes and trails connecting the three neighbor nations with the Shan State, the area between. The British, and later the Japanese, knew well that the Shans were a separate entity. That was why under the British, Burma had become a colony and the Shan States a subordinate ally and protectorate, a fact supported by Clarence Hendershot in his The conquest, pacification, and administration of the Shan States by the British ().
That was why under the British, Burma had become a colony and the Shan States a subordinate ally and protectorate, a fact supported by Clarence Hendershot in his The conquest, pacification, and administration of the Shan States by the British ().
The Japanese, especially Premier Tojo, and the officials involved in Burma affairs, Col Nagata and Mr Ichi, had recognized the Shans status. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Study History Final flashcards from Donald B. on StudyBlue. Study History Final flashcards from Donald B.
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However, sadly, the Japanese army's invasion and conquest of the Shan State in created intense deprivation and horror, abruptly abrogating the hitherto steady development of the Shan nation; by the end of World War II inthe entire country was in shambles, with numerous towns destroyed by both US and Japanese bombs.
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