Nationalism and progress in free Asia conference tape recordings, 1955.

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Nationalism and progress in free Asia conference tape recordings, 1955.

Audio tapes of seminars preceding the conference. Subjects include: "The Constitution and Organization of Government in Burma", "Problems of Local Government in Burma," Dr. Hugh Tinker; "Pre-Buddhist Influences on Burmese Buddhism," "The Cultural Aspects of Burmese Life," Dr. Htin Aung; "History of Nationalism in Burma", "The Evolution of Political Parties in Burma," Dr. Kyaw Thet; "The Essentials of Buddhist Doctrine," U Aung Than; "Agricultural Development in Burma," Dr. Takahashi; "The Industrial Development of Burma," U Aye Hlaing; "Democratic Administration in Burma," "Geography of Burma as it Related to Human History," Daw Thin Kyi; "Burma's Relations with the Western Nations," U Ohn Gaing; "Survey of the Languages of Burma," G. H. Luce; and "Nationalism in Indonesia," Soe Bagio.

27 cassettes.

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Bagio, Soe.

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Ohn Gaing, U.

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Tinker, Hugh.

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Aung Than, U.

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Furnivall, J.S.

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Luce, G. H. (Gordon Hannington), 1889-1979

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Academic and Burmese scholar. Appointed Lecturer in English at Rangoon College in 1912 and remained there until 1964 (apart from 1942-46). Author of many works on Burmese languages, literature, art and antiquities. From the description of Papers of Gordon Hannington Luce [manuscript]. 1912-1978. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225789077 From the description of Papers relating to G.H. Luce held at King's College, Cambridge, 1910-1952 [manuscript]. 1910-1952. (Libra...

Daw Thin Kyi.

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Htin Aung,, U.

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Burmese educator. From the description of Oral history interview with U H'tin Aung, 1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309728653 ...

Kyaw Thet.

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Aye Hlaing, U.

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Johns Hopkins University. School of Advanced International Studies.

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The School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University sponsored a conference held in Washington, D.C., Aug. 1955 and Rangoon, Burma, Oct. 1955. From the description of Nationalism and progress in free Asia conference tape recordings, 1955. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63937674 From the guide to the Nationalism and progress in free Asia conference tape recordings, 1955, (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Li...