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


State in the Eastern Himálaya, between 26° 45′ and 28° N. latitude, and between 89° and 92° E. longitude, bordered on the north and east by Tibet, on the west by the Tibetan district of Chumbí and by Sikkim, and on the south by British India. Extreme length from east to west 190 miles; extreme breadth 90 miles. Area about 18,000 square miles; population estimated at 300,000.

Books of Reference concerning Bhután

  1. Annuario Estatìstico do Brasil. No. 1 and 2 (1908–1912). 11 vols. Bio de Janeiro, 1936.Google Scholar
  2. Handbook of Brazil. Bureau of the American Republics. Washington.Google Scholar
  3. Boletins of the various Ministries. Aunual Presidential Messages of each of the States.Google Scholar
  4. Boletin do Ministerio do Traballio, Industria e Commercio. Rio de Janeiro. Monthly.Google Scholar
  5. Department of Overseas Trade Report. London. Occasional.Google Scholar
  6. Constituiaçao da Republic dos Estados Untdos do Brazil. Rio de Janeiro.Google Scholar
  7. —English translation by E. Hamblocb. London and Sao Paulo, 1935.Google Scholar
  8. O Brasil Actual … Brazil of To-day : Economic Forces and Development. (In Portuguese and English.) Published by Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Rio de Janeiro, 1931.Google Scholar
  9. Brazil, 1938; a new Survey of Brazilian life, economic, financial, labour and social conditions from a general point of view. Rio de Janeiro, Serviço grafico do institute) Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistiça, 1939.Google Scholar

2, Non-Official Publications

  1. Year Book of Brazil Edited by Ernest Hambloch. (In English and Portuguese.) Published by British Chamber of Commerce of Sao Paulo.Google Scholar
  2. Publications of the Geographical and Historical Institute of Brazil. 108 volumes. Rio de Janeiro.Google Scholar
  3. Wileman’s Brazilian Review. Weekly Journal of Finance and Shipping. Riode Janeiro.Google Scholar
  4. Bulletin of the British Chamber of Commerce in Brazil. Rio de Janeiro. Monthly.Google Scholar
  5. Braga (E.) and Grubb (K. G.), The Republic of Brazil ; a Survey of the Religious Situation. London, 1932.Google Scholar
  6. Buley (R. C.), North Brazil. London, 1914.Google Scholar
  7. —South Brazil. London, 1914.Google Scholar
  8. Cabrai (M da V.), Compendio de Chorographia do Brasil. Rio de Janeiro, 1922.Google Scholar
  9. Calogeras (João Pandiá), A History of Brazil. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1939.Google Scholar
  10. Carvalho (C. M. D.), Geographia do Brasil. 3rd ed. Rio de Janeiro, 1927.Google Scholar
  11. Cooper (C. S.), The Brazilians and Their Country. London, 1920.Google Scholar
  12. Denis (P.), Brazil. 5th ed. London, 1920.Google Scholar
  13. Dias (Carlos Malheiro) and others. Historia da Colonizaçao Portuguesa do Brasil: Ediçao Monumental Comemorati va do Primeiro Centenario da Independência do Brasil. 3 vols. Rio de Janievo, 1921–1924.Google Scholar
  14. Fialho (A.), Historia da fundacãoda Republica. Rio de Janeiro, 1891.Google Scholar
  15. Funke (A.), Brasilien im 20 ten Jahrhundert. Berlin, 1926.Google Scholar
  16. Glass (Frederick C.), Adventures with the Bible in Brazil. Glasgow, 1927.Google Scholar
  17. Hambloch (Ernest), His Majesty the President : A Study of Constitutional Brazil. London, 1935.Google Scholar
  18. Harding (Bertita), Amazon Throne: The Story of the Braganzas of Brazil. London, 1942.Google Scholar
  19. James (H. G.), Brazil after a Century of Independence. New York, 1925.Google Scholar
  20. Jobin (J.), O Brasil na Economia Mundial, Rio de Janeiro, 1939.Google Scholar
  21. —The Mineral Wealth of Brazil. Rio de Janeiro, 1941.Google Scholar
  22. Keane (A. H.), Central and South America. In Stanford’s Compendium. 2nd edition. London. 1909.Google Scholar
  23. Kelsey (V.), Seven Keys to Brazil. New York, 1940.Google Scholar
  24. Koebel (W. H.), The Great South Land: The River Plate and Southern Brazil of To-Day. London, 1919.Google Scholar
  25. Kruse (H.), Goyaz : das wahre Herz Brasiliens. Sao Paulo, 1936.Google Scholar
  26. Laemmert (Eduardo von), Almanak administrativo, mercantil e industrial. Rio de Janeiro.Google Scholar
  27. Leal (P. A.), Historia Constitucional da Brazil. Rio de Janeiro, 1915.Google Scholar
  28. Leão (J.), Mines and Minerals in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, 1939.Google Scholar
  29. Loewenstein (K), Brazil Under Vargas. New York, 1942.Google Scholar
  30. Maximiliano (Carlos), Commentarios á Constituição Brasileira. Rio de Janeiro, 1918.Google Scholar
  31. McEwan (J. D.), Brazil. Montreal, 1918.Google Scholar
  32. Maseras (Alfonso), En America Meridional. Barcelona, 1922.Google Scholar
  33. Maull (O), Vem Itatiaya zum Paraguay. A full account of the geography of Central Brazil. Leipzig, 1930.Google Scholar
  34. Monteiro (T.), Historia do Imperio : A Elaborac io da Independencia, 1808–1823. Rio de Janeiro, 1928.Google Scholar
  35. Nabuco de Araujo (J.), Um Estadista do Imperio, Nabuco de Araujo, sua Vida, suas Opiniões, sua Epoca. 2 vols. Paris, 1898.Google Scholar
  36. Nash (Roy), The Conquest of Brazil. New York, 1926. London, 1927.Google Scholar
  37. Néry (Baron de Sant’Anna), The Land of the Amazons. London, 1901.Google Scholar
  38. Normano (J. F.), Brazil : a study of economic types. Chapel Hill (North Carolina), 1935.Google Scholar
  39. Oakenfull (J. C.), Brazil : Past, Present, and Future. London, 1920.Google Scholar
  40. —Brazil : ACentury of Independence, 1822–1922. Freiburg, 1922.Google Scholar
  41. Orban (V.), Littérature brésilienne. Paris, 1914.Google Scholar
  42. Pearse (A. S.), Cutton in North Brazil. Manchester, 1924.Google Scholar
  43. Pearson (Hugh), The Diamond Trail (Bahian diamond fields). London, 1926.Google Scholar
  44. Ramos (A.), The Negru in Brazil. Washington, 1939.Google Scholar
  45. Roosevelt (T.), Through the Brazilian Wilderness. London, 1914.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  46. Savage-Landor (Henry), Across Unknown South America. 2 vols. London, 1913.Google Scholar
  47. Schüler (Heinrich), Brasilien. Stuttgart, 1919.Google Scholar
  48. Sellin (A. W.), Landeskunde der vereinigten Staaten von Brasilien. Hamburg, 1909.Google Scholar
  49. Simonsen (It. C.), Historia Economica do Bras 1, 1500–1820. Sao Paulo, 1937.Google Scholar
  50. Speiser (Felix), Lu Düster des brasilianischen Urwaldes. Stuttgart, 1925.Google Scholar
  51. Walle (Paul), Au Brésil: La Colonisation. Paris, 1912.Google Scholar
  52. —Au Bresil : Du Rio Säo Francisco à l’Amazone. Paris, 1912.Google Scholar
  53. —Le Caoutchouc du Brésil. Paris, 1912.Google Scholar
  54. —Au Brésil. De l’Uruguay au Rio Säo Francisco. Paris, 1912.Google Scholar
  55. Wright (Mrs, M. R.), The New Brazil, New edition. Philadelphia, 1920,Google Scholar
  56. Zahm (J. H.), Through South America’s Southlands. New York, 1918.Google Scholar
  57. Zweig (Stefan), Brasilien : Ein Land der Zukunft. Stockholm, 1941. English edition London, 1942.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1943

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Epstein

There are no affiliations available

Personalised recommendations