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Vella, Walter Francis, 1924–
Chaiyo! King Vajiravudh and the
development of Thai nationalism.
1. Nationalism—Thailand—History. 2. Thailand—
History. 3. Vajiravudh, King of Thailand, 1881–1925.
I. Vella, Dorothy B., joint author. II. Title.
DS583.V44 959.3’04’0924 [B] 78–1060