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Author: Steven Warshaw
ISBN13: 978-0872970205
Title: Southeast Asia emerges;: A concise history of Southeast Asia from its origin to the present (The Asia emerges series)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Diablo Press (1975)
Pages: 350

Southeast Asia emerges;: A concise history of Southeast Asia from its origin to the present (The Asia emerges series) by Steven Warshaw



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Home All Categories History Books Asian History Books Southeast Asia Emerges: A Concise History of Southeast Asia from Its Origin to the Present (Asia Emerges Series, No 5). ISBN: 0872970213. ISBN13: 9780872970212. Southeast Asia Emerges. by C. David Bromwell, Steven Warshaw, . An overview of influences upon the historical development of Southeast Asia prefaces profiles of social and economic conditions, cultural life, and political developments in individual nations.

Southeast Asia Emerges: A Concise History of Southeast Asia from Its Origin to the Present. by Steven Warshaw, C. David Bromwell, . June 28th 1974 by Diablo Press, Incorporated (first June 1974).

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The term Southeast Asia has been in use since World War II. The region has been further divided into two distinct sub-regions: Mainland Southeast Asia (or Indochina), which comprises the modern states of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar (Burma) and West Malaysia, and Maritime Southeast Asia (or Insular Southeast Asia), which comprises the modern states of Indonesia, East Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, East Timor, Brunei, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and Christmas Island.

Voices of Southeast Asia provides a terrific introduction to the Southeast Asian textual tradition and a valuable resource for classroom instruction about the history of the region. The selection of texts is judicious, the translations are extremely readable and George Dutton's framing essays are elegant, concise and chock full of essential information. -Peter Zinoman, University of California, Berkeley. He specializes in early modern through early colonial Vietnamese.

History of Southeast Asia. To the 10th century AD Between India and China The kingdom of Nam-Viet The Indian influence Cham, Khmer and Mon Sumatra and Java 10th - 15th century 16th - 19th century To be completed. HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA Timeline. Enjoy the Famous Daily. The northern part of Vietnam, being a continuation of the coastal strip of southern China, remains for much of its history under the control of its larger neighbour. But the rest of southeast Asia, separated from China by mountain or jungle, or consisting of large offshore islands such as Sumatra and Java, is exposed to a different influence. Civilization, when it reaches these areas, must come from the sea. And of the two civilized neighbours, to west and east, India proves to have more energetic traders than China.

Virtually all of Southeast Asia lies between the tropics, and so there are similarities in climate as well as plant and animal life throughout the region. Temperatures are generally warm, although it is cooler in highland areas. Many sea and jungle products are unique to the region, and were therefore much desired by international traders in early times. For example, several small islands in eastern Indonesia were once the world’s only source of cloves, nutmeg, and mace

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