TITLE

Siam and Patani in the Post-World War II Period: Nation-building and Malay Identity

AUTHOR(S)
Aphornsuvan, Thanet
PUB. DATE
July 2007
SOURCE
Rebellion in Southern Thailand: Contending Histories;2007, p33
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A chapter from the book "Rebellion in Southern Thailand: Contending Histories" is presented. It discusses nation-building and Malay identity after World War II. Refering to the 1932 constitutional monarchy, it notes the events leading to the formation of the People's Party which included four Muslims from Bangkok. Also discussed are the Thai nationalism campaign of Field Marshal Phibun in 1938, the policy of forced integration and militarism, and the rise of Malay Muslim struggle for rights and justice under the Patani Malay Movement.
ACCESSION #
28440377

 

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