British Malaya: An Account Of The Origin And Progress Of British Influence In Malaya

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  • Title: British Malaya: An Account Of The Origin And Progress Of British Influence In Malaya
  • Author: Frank Athelstane Swettenham
  • ISBN: 9780554523538
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
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    About “Frank Athelstane Swettenham

    • Frank Athelstane Swettenham

      Sir Frank Athelstane Swettenham GCMG CH was the first Resident General of the Federated Malay States part of the then Royal Colonies, now independent Malaysia which was formed by combining a number of kingdoms He served from July 1, 1896 to 1901 He was also an amateur photographer.



    619 thoughts on “British Malaya: An Account Of The Origin And Progress Of British Influence In Malaya

    • If you're still studying Malaysian history, this book should be a required read. British Malaya was written by the former Resident General Sir Swettenham who was a prominent figure in the history. This book gave a good summarization of the times of the western imperialism in Malaya and a well referenced and a quite personal account from Swettenham's perspective on the very prosperous colony. Swettenham was surprisingly romantic in some of his descriptions on the environment and the people but he [...]


    • Frank Swettenham has documented the lives of people in the South East Asia in a very graphical and no nonsense fashion. Descriptions of the rulers, settlements and the origins of places like Malacca and Singapore are very enriching. According to me, he is impartial towards the British residents and officers and mentions their toils and spoils in a well balanced tone.


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