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579 Index 106 commando unit, 433–38 1947 Constitution Maung Maung, Dr, 441 A Abdul Aziz, Ungku, 334 Abdul Razak, Sayagyi, 84 Academy of International Law at the Hague scholarship to study international law at, 10 AFPFL convention, 116 Adipadi, 138 Agna, James, 351 ahnyatha habit of, 125 Ain-daw-ya pagoda, 85 All Burma Youth League, 96 All Burma Students Union, 153, 238 All Burma Translation competition, 214 Allied Forces India, in, 96 American definition of a typical, 347 Ananda College, 112 Anglo-Vernacular school, 111 anti-Communist message, 28 Anti-Colonial Bureau of the Asian Socialists, 144 Anti-Fascist Organisation (AFO), 87, 96, 137, 139, 155, 207, 224, 360, 393 Anti-Fascist People’s Freedom League (AFPFL), 12, 106, 145, 360, 387, 466, 469 expansion of, 286 Mandalay, in, 324, 325 national convention, 456 opposition, 474 split, 517–18 Antioch College, 13, 346–51 Apathenon, 340 Asian Cultural Conference, 117 Asian Survey, 446 Attlee, Clement, 141, 190 Attorney-General’s Department stint at, 11 Aung Gyaw Memorial funds, 153 Aung Gyi, Bo, 74, 75 Aung Gyi, Col., 64, 81, 131 Aung Min, 178 Aung Naing, 22 Aung Pe commander of unit 106, 434, 438 09 DrMaungIndex.indd 579 2/28/08 3:07:02 PM Reproduced from Dr Maung Maung: Gentleman, Scholar, Patriot by Robert H. Taylor (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008). This version was obtained electronically direct from the publisher on condition that copyright is not infringed. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the prior permission of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Individual articles are available at 580 Index Aung San, Bogyoke, 75, 88, 100 Aung San, Gen. 69, 70, 74, 149, 152, 196, 302-306, 302-308 arrival in Rangoon, 134 assassination of, 178, 226 death of, 291 editor of Oway, 234 fan of Nyo Mya, 275 hero of Burma’s victory, 302 military training in Japan, 153 pursued by British, 304 secretary of Dobama Asiayone, 303 Aung San, Thakin, 74 Aung San Lin, 70 Aung San Suu Kyi, Daw, 70, 531, 532 Australian Congress for Cultural Freedom, 13 Australian National University, 13 Aye Tin, Daw, 6, 7 B Ba Choe, Deedok U, 236, 248, 355 Ba Kya, U, 160 Ba Htu, Col., 325 Ba Maw, Dr, 59, 87, 135, 138, 144 Freedom Bloc, 222 Ba Sein, U, 114 Ba Swe, U, 65, 200–209, 449 attraction to Marxism, 203 Defence Minister, 200 fight with imperialism, 202 General Secretary of AFPFL, 208 governor in Tenasserim, 205 lieutenants, 205 love for literature, 203 pennames, 203 Rangoon University Students Union, 204 release by Japanese captors, 208 Ba Than, Col., 58 292–94 Ba Thaung, U, 332, 336 Ba Thein, Bo, 96 Baptist Theology School, 357 Bar Council Act, 254 Barrington, James, 261 Bayinnaung, operations, 108 Benda, Henry observation of Maung Maung, 5 Bernard Free Library, 221 Bixler, Paul, 351 Books on Burma, 56–60 Bose, Subhas Chandra, 208 Boy Scouts Association, 212 Britain elections, 315–18 British Army Auxiliary Corps, 7 British Burma Rifles, 133 British Burman Auxiliary Force brief stint with, 4 British Broadcasting Corporation, 317, 318 BSPP rule final decade of, 16 Buddha Sasana Council, 117, 170 Buddhism close analogy with Marxism, 209 influence on Maung Maung, 5 Buddhist High School, 173 Burma boundless faith in, 282–87 elections, 315–18 Burma-China Boundary Settlement, 446 Burma Air Force Glider Club, 425, 426 women in, 425–32 Burma Army, 356, 408–16 future, 413 profile of, 359 reformed, 88 Shan State headquarters, 410 Special Force, 415 women officers, 417–24 Burma Army Combat Forces School, 417, 423 Burma Army Training School, 408 09 DrMaungIndex.indd 580 2/28/08 3:07:02 PM Index 581 Burma Boy, 212 Burma Civil Service, 171 Burma Club, 112 Burma Defence Army (BDA), 7, 79, 305, 387, 391 re-formation of, 104 Burma Education Extension Association, 214 Burma in the Family of Nations, 57 Burma Independence Army (BIA), 65, 74, 78, 83, 95, 103, 132, 133, 153, 172, 205, 386, 482 Burma Independence Treaty signing of, 190 Burma National Army (BNA), 93, 387, 393 enlistment in, 4 Burma National Army, 137, 355 renamed Patriotic Burmese Forces, 355 Burma Railways, 283 Burma Research Society, 215 Burma Revolutionary Party, 94 Burma Revolutionary Party, 102, 131, 176, 204, 224 Burma Rifles commanded by Ne Win, 358 Burma Socialist Programme Party (BSPP), 29 Burma Translation Society, 294, 334 Burma under the Japanese Invader, 57 Burma Workers and Peasants Party, 459 Burma-China...


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  • Burma -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
  • Maung Maung, U, 1925-1994.
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