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Thailand Bangkok Mission (23)

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Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand, 1927- (14)

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Bhumibol Adulyadej (b. 1927) King of Thailand, was crowned in 1946. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and educated in the United States and Switzerland, he learned to play a number of reed instruments including the clarinet and soprano saxophone. His chief areas of musical interest are early jazz and 1940's-style swing; he was influenced by Benny Goodman, Jack Teagarden, and Lionel Hampton, with whom he participated in jam sessions. His own compositions reflect his interest in jazz and swing,...

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Church of Christ in Thailand (4)

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Chungkai (Thailand : Prisoner of war camp) (4)

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United States. Embassy (Thailand) (2)

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Thailand. (1)

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Thailand (1)

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United States. Army Support, Thailand (2)

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During 1965 the scope of U.S. Army activity in Thailand increased to the point where a clear need existed to improve the U.S. Army's command control structure in that country. In early 1966 the Commander, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Thailand, proposed that an austere headquarters be established at Korat to become the senior U.S. Army Control headquarters. This new headquarters would relieve the 9th Logistical Command of many of its nonlogistical functions, serve as in-country point of c...

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Thailand Mission (1)

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Thailand Mission (1)

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