The Kingdom of Johor, 1641-1728:
Economic and Political Developments
Leonard Y Andaya
The state of Johor really came into its own after the fall of Malacca to the Portuguese, when it became the most powerful state in the peninsula. With the help of Dutch East India Company and Malay records, Andaya traces the history of this period from Johor's glory days before the assassination of Sultan Mahmud Syah, through the turmoil that followed, up to the Bugis and Minangkabau interventions that introduced a whole new power structure. 394 pages For further details, please see the scanned contents page. Very Good Paperback First Edition.
Weight 0.7 kg. Post free within Malaysia.
Published by Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1975
Condition: The cover has some rubbing along the spine edges and one or two other rubbing marks. The binding is tight and there is very mild tanning throughout. Not too bad a copy really.