development of British Malaya 1896-1909.

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Malaya -- History -- British rule, 1867

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LC ClassificationsDS596 .C43 1968
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Pagination[1], xvii, 366 p.
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The Development of British Malaya By CHAI HON-CHAN, University of Malaya. Concerned with the areas of Perak, Selangor, Pahang and Negri Sembilan (known after as the Federated Malay States), this study emphasizes the administrative and social aspects of Malaya's development. In drawing together such apparently disparate subjects.

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() A History of Straits Settlements Foreign Trade, –Author: Vineeta Sinha. THE DEVELOPMENT OF RAILWAY SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA STAGE 1: KERETAPI NEGERI-NEGERI ( TO ) British government in India do not agree to develop the railways in Malaya. The Train system was financed by the British state government at that time in Perak and Selangor.

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The Development of British Malaya - Chai Hon-Chan RM In this book the author examines how various aspects of British policy, whether they be constitutional, economic, political, administrative or social, affected the Federated Malay States, i.e.

Perak, Selangor, Pahang and Negeri Sembilan. The Larut Wars were a series of four wars started in July and ended with the signing of the Pangkor Treaty of The conflict was fought among local Chinese secret societies over the control of mining areas in Perak which later involved rivalry between Raja Abdullah and Ngah Ibrahim, making.

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This article is concerned with the establishment and extension of health care and medical services in British colonial Malaya. Initially, medical care was provided for the colonial elite and those in their direct employment. Chai, H.

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