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Siam.

  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Siam is called by its inhabitants Thaï, which means ‘free,’ or Muang-Thaï, ‘the land of the free.’ The word Siam is probably identical with Shan, applied in Burma to the Lao race, as well as to the Shan proper and the Siamese.

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Books of Reference

Statistical and Other Books of Reference concerning Siam.: 1. Official Publications.

  1. Statistical Year Book of the Kingdom of Siam. Bangkok. Annual. (Last issue 1931-33.)Google Scholar
  2. Report of the Financial Adviser on the Budget of Siam. Annual. Bangkok (last Report published in 1036).Google Scholar
  3. The Record (the organ of the Board of Commercial Development). Quarterly. Bangkok.Google Scholar
  4. Department of Overseas Trade Reports. Biennial. London.Google Scholar
  5. Reports on the Operations of the Royal Survey Department. Bangkok, (Last issue, 1934-35.)Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications.

  1. Directory of Bangkok and Siam (Bangkok Times). Bangkok. Annual.Google Scholar
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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1938

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