Brailey, a specialist in modern Thai history, explains the frustrating effect of the Japanese incursion into Thailand at the start of World War II, which stifled one of Southeast Asia's earliest nationalist revolutions, as it became an unwilling handmaiden to the Japanese war effort. The narrative concludes in 1968 when military rule was still the order of the day, a common feature of Thai politics since then. Very Good Paperback. First Edition. 288 pages with a bibliography and an index.
Weight: 0.6 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by: Westview Press, Boulder, USA, 1986. ISBN: 9780813303017
Condition: The cover has a little bit of wear and there is a small amount of spotting on the text block. The binding is tight, text clear and there is no tanning throughout.