The Burmese Empire a Hundred Years Ago
White Orchid Press, 1995 - Burma - 311 pages
This is a first-hand account of the Burmese people and polity of the late- 18th and early-19th centuries, by a fluent Burmese speaker who had unprecedented access to royal and monastic sources.
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