DOI:10.1353/jbs.2007.0000
Corpus ID: 162575119
Two Bullets in a Balustrade: How the Burmese Have Been Removed from Northern Thai Buddhist History
J. McDaniel
Published 2007
History

Journal of Burma Studies
This article questions the way the Burmese period of Northern Thailand has been depicted by Thai and international scholars. The Burmese have generally been described as violent invaders whose rule… Expand
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