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Shane Strate

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The Lost Territories
University of Hawai'i Press


AOM: Les Archives d’Outre Mer, Aix-en-Provence, France.

Fond: Indochine

Sous-fond: Gouvernor General

Collection: Cabinet Militaire

NAP: National Assembly of Thailand Library, National Assembly Proceedings.

NAT: National Archives of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand.

กต. Ministry of Foreign Affairs

มท. Ministry of Interior

ศธ. Ministry of Education

สบ. Private Collections

สร. Office of the Prime Minister

PO Public Record Office, London, En gland.

US National Archives of the United States.

National Archives at College Park, Mary land.



Bangkok Chronicle

Bangkok Post

Bangkok Times


Japan Times and Advertiser


New York Times

Osaka Mainichi and Tokyo Nichi Nichi

Singapore Free Press


Bangkok rai wan

Chaw Thai


(p.228) Khaw phab

Naew na

Nakorn sarn


Phim Thai



Pramuan Wan

Santi rasadorn

Sarn seri


Siam nikorn

Siam rashdra

Siam rat

Sri krung

Suphab burut




Thai rashdra

Thai samit



Wan khru



La Dépêche du Cambodge

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