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Colonial armies in Southeast Asia

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Imperialism -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Imperialism -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Southeast Asia -- Politics and government.,
  • Southeast Asia -- Armed Forces -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Southeast Asia -- Armed Forces -- History -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Karl Hack and Tobias Rettig.
    SeriesRoutledge studies in the modern history of Asia
    ContributionsHack, Karl., Rettig, Tobias.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA832.8 .C66 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 334 p. :
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22720341M
    ISBN 100415334136

    Frederik Rettig is co-editor of Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia (Routledge, ) and Armies and Societies in Southeast Asia (). Written by an international team of scholars, this book will be of interest to academics working on Southeast Asian Studies, Gender Studies, low-intensity conflicts and revolutions, and War, Conflict, and Peace Rating: % positive. About the book: Colonial armies were the focal points for some of the most dramatic tensions inherent in Chinese, Japanese and Western clashes with Southeast Asia. The international team of scholars take the reader on a compelling exploration from Ming China to the present day, examining their conquests, management and decolonization. The journey covers perennial themes such as the recruitment.

    By the s the Europeans were in a position to establish their authority over much of Asia, particularly the Indian subcontinent and southeast Asia. Colonialism Six countries: Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, Great Britain, France, and the United States, had colonies in Southeast Asia.   As Britain lost its grip on the American colonies, the “second Empire” began in India. British merchants had been trading in Southeast Asia since the early s, but it was not until around that they began to seriously intercede in Indian politics, including cultivating or coercing local rulers and informally annexing territory.

    Entdecken Sie "Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia" von Karl Hack und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. Colonial armies were the focal points for some of the most dramatic tensions inherent in Chinese, Japanese and Western clashes with Southeast Asia. The international team of scholars take the reader on a compelling exploration from Ming China to the present day, examining their conquests. This book documents the war in Southeast Asia, where Japan sent a million fighting men defeat French and British colonial armies and take the region for themselves. Japan sent a million soldiers into the region with the ultimate aim of continuing on to India to capture Britain's most valuable and productive colonial possession/5(22).


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Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia will interest scholars working on low intensity conflict, on the interaction between armed forces and society, on comparative imperialism, and on Southeast Asia.

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Colonial armies were the focal points for some of the most dramatic tensions inherent in Chinese, Japanese and Western clashes with Southeast Asia. The international team of scholars take the reader on a compelling exploration from Ming China to the present day, examining their conquests, management and decolonization.

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Drawing these strands together, the book shows how colonial armies must be located within wider patterns of demography, and within bigger systems of imperial security and power – American, British, Chinese, Dutch, French, Indonesian, and Japanese - which in turn helped to shape modern Southeast Asia.

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As well as individual chapters, the co-editors provide two original chapters. Drawing these strands together, the book shows how colonial armies must be located within wider patterns of demography, and within bigger systems of imperial security and power – American, British, Chinese, Dutch, French, Indonesian, and Japanese - which in turn helped to shape modern Southeast Asia.

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The international team of scholars take the reader on a compelling exploration from Ming China to the present day, examining their conquests, management and decolonization. Download Citation | Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia (review) | As with most collections of essays, this is a difficult book to review.

The essays emerge from a panel on colonial armies that was. Colonial background. Such colonies may lie overseas or in areas dominated by neighbouring land powers such as Imperial China or Tsarist Russia. Colonial troops have been used by Imperial powers whether ancient (such as Carthage and Rome), or modern (such as Great Britain, France, Netherlands, Denmark, the United States, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, and Portugal).

Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia. Edited by Karl Hack and Tobias Rettig. New York: Routledge, ISBN Maps. Photographs. Tables. Glossary. Notes. Index. xviii, $ As with most collections of essays, this is a difficult book to review. The essays emerge from a panel on colonial armies that was held in They.

Drawing these strands together, the book shows how colonial armies must be located within wider patterns of demography, and within bigger systems of imperial security and power – American, British, Chinese, Dutch, French, Indonesian, and Japanese - which in turn helped to shape modern Southeast Asia.

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In this volume, an international team of scholars takes the reader on a compelling exploration from Ming China to the present day: examining their conquests, management and decolonisation.

It explores indigenous and colonial armies in Southeast Asia from the pre-colonial period to the present day, with particular emphasis on indigenous soldiers and soci-ological questions; paper proposals are welcome until 10 May (E-mail: @). A sec-ond book project on colonial armies in Southeast Asia, direct-File Size: KB.

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Taylor 1 Decolonisation The Impact of the Japanese Occupation on Colonial and Abu Talib Ahmad 1 Anti-Colonial Armies Imperialism and Decolonisation in Southeast Asia: Karl Hack 1 Colonial Forces and British World Power Post Colonial Analyses and Residues   Warfare in premodern Southeast Asia, roughly that fought up until the end of the 19th century, was shaped by the environment across the region.

Maritime trade connections brought the introduction and circulation of external models of warfare that would help to frame the way warfare in the region was depicted in some of the indigenous literature and art (including the influence of the Indian Author: Michael W.

Charney. Forgotten Armies: The Fall of British Asia by Christopher Bayly and Tim Harper pp, Allen Lane, £ This is a spectacular book: in .The first phase of European colonization of Southeast Asia took place throughout the 16th and 17th centuries after the arrival of Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish and later French and British marine spice traders.

Fiercely competitive, the Europeans soon sought to eliminate each other by forcibly taking control of the production centers, trade hubs and vital strategic locations, beginning with the.

Colonial History of Southeast Asia 1. COLONIAL HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST ASIAQuestions 2. COLONIAL HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA Questions•Do you think there is a good reason for one country to take control of another country?•If so, under what circumstances do yo think that would be justified?

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