The Stationery Office, 2004 - 723 pagina's
The main purpose of the British Documents on the End of Empire Project (BDEEP) is to publish documents from British official archives on the ending of colonial rule and the context in which this took place. This publication explores events in the Southeast Asia region from the establishment of an independent state of Malaya in 1957 to the creation of Malaysia in 1963, and British foreign policy objectives with regards to the territories of Malaya, Singapore and Borneo.
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