A History of South-East Asia

A History of South-East Asia

D.G.E. Hall / Sep 18, 2019

A History of South East Asia None

  • Title: A History of South-East Asia
  • Author: D.G.E. Hall
  • ISBN: 9780312386429
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
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      • D.G.E. Hall

        Daniel George Edward Hall 1891 1979 was a British historian, author, and academic He wrote extensively on the history of Burma His most notable work is A History of Southeast Asia, said to main the most important single history of the region, providing encyclopedic coverage of material published up to the time of its 1981 revision He held professorships in Southeast Asian history at both Cornell University and the University of London where he eventually became professor emeritus.


    1. Today (January 28, 2010), I bought this English paperback, that is, "A History of South-East Asia" by Prof. D.G.E. Hall and I think I should start at Chapter 7 EARLY SIAM: MONS AND T'AI for my better understanding on our ancient history before the Sri Thep domination/community around 1,000-2,000 years ago.My idea is that I would keep reading those Chapters primarily related to Siam/Thailand for the start/foundation since I have limited time. After that, I would read some more interesting Chapter [...]

    2. This is a superb introductory overview history of an area in the world that we North Americans know little about. D.G.E. Hall lays out several basic trends that explain much of what happened during the Viet Nam war years. Thailand has had a long history of seeking independence. It allied itself with England only in order to prevent itself from becoming a French territory. Thailand however never allowed itself to be ruled by Britain.Following the collapse of the Khmer Empire in the 14th Century, [...]

    3. While doubtless a bit dated, this book provides a good basic reference for Southeast Asian history, starting with the earliest evidence of settlement and continuing up until around 1960. Most of the individual chapters are of manageable length.

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