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1. Archival Materials

The Thai National Archives are by far the most important and accessible depository of unpublished documentary materials on the reign. The materials for the Sixth Reign are grouped into subject categories comprising 293 files (faem), which are subdivided, as the volume of material requires, into folders (pu̓k). The documents of the Sixth Reign are indexed in a volume of 424 legal-size pages. The index is dated September 24, 1964.

Other archival materials for the Sixth Reign are held by the National Library, the Damrong Library, various government ministries, the Royal Secretariat, and some individuals. Many of these materials are not accessible. Those that were accessible to me were few in number and, by and large, not of great importance in compiling this study.

2. Works by King Vajiravudh

“Amnat khu’ tham” (Might Is Right). Samutthasan 32 (August 1917): 96–140; 33 (September 1917): 30–75.

“Appramat” (Diligence). Samutthasan 1 (January 1915): 47–53. 326

Bot lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang huačhai nakrop (Text of the Play, The Soul of a Warrior). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1950. 93 pp.

Bot lakhο̨n ru̓ang minpramat san, topta, chuai amnat, lae nam yο̨k ao nam

bong (Text of the Plays: Contempt of Court, Deception, Coup d’état, and Use a Thorn to Pull a Thorn). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1963. 348 pp.

Bot lakhο̨n ru̓ang rammakian lae bο̨koet rammakian (Text of the Rammakian and the Origins of the Rammakian). Bangkok: Sinlapabannakhan, 1966. 1023 pp.

“Chaiyo” (Hurrah). Samutthasan 1 (January 1915): 83–92.

Čhatkan rap sadet. See Lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang ….

Čhotmaihet praphat huamu̓ang paktai r.s. 128 khο̨ng phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Documents on King Vajiravudh’s Visit to the Southern Provinces in 1909). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1963. 65 pp.

Čhotmaihetraiwan nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (The Diary of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratchawitthayalai, 1974. 200 pp.

Čhotmaihet ratchakan thi 6 sadet phraratchadamnoen prathet malayu p.s. 2467 (Documents on the Visit of Rama VI to Malaya in 1924). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratchawitthayalai, 1968. 169 pp.

Chuai amnat! (Coup d’état!). Bangkok: Thanit, 1974. 50 pp.

Chumnum nithan phraratchaniphon nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Collected Stories of King Vajiravudh). Thonburi: Bannakhan, 1966. 552 pp.

Clogs on Our Wheels. Bangkok: Siam Observer, 1915. 164 pp.

Coup d’état, a Play in One Act. Bangkok: Bangkok Daily Mail, [1924]. 96 pp.

“The Cult of Imitation.” In Clogs on Our Wheels.

Ekasan ru̓ang su̓apa lae pramuan ru̓ang kiao kap su̓apa (Documents on the Wild Tigers and Collection of Accounts on the Wild Tigers). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1960. 239 pp.

“He ru̓a yuk mai” (Boat Songs of a New Era). Samutthasan 2 (February 1915): 11–33.

Huačhai chainum (The Heart of a Young Man). Bangkok: Kaona, 1961. 71 pp.

Huačhai nakrop. See Bot lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang ….

The Jews of the Orient. Bangkok: Siam Observer, [1914]. 63 pp.

Kansongkhram pο̨m khai prachit (Trench Warfare). Bangkok: Sophonphiphatthanakο̨n, 1916. 108 pp.

Khanom som kap namya (The Right Amount of Noodles for the Sauce). N.p., n.d. 16 pp.

“Khlon tit lο̨” (Clogs on Our Wheels). In Phraratchaniphon thi naru ….

Khο̨ bangkhap pokkhrο̨ng dusit nawik samosο̨n (Rules of Governance for the Dusit Naval Club). Bangkok, 1919. 17 pp.

“Khο̨ chuan than pen malaeng wi” (Come Be a Fruit Fly). Samutthasan 13 (January 1916): 14–28.

Khο̨m damdin. See “Ru̓ang khο̨m damdin.” 327

“Khru̓angmai haeng khwamrungru̓ang khu̓ saphap haeng sattri” (A Symbol of Civilization: The Status of Women). In Phraratchaniphon thi naru ….

Khwamdi mi chai (The Triumph of Virtue). Bangkok: Sophonphiphatthanakο̨n, n.d.

“Khwam khaočhai phit” (A Mistake). In Phraratchaniphon thi naru ….

“Khwam kračhat kračhai haeng mu̓ang čhin” (The Disintegration of China). In Phraratchaniphon thi naru ….

“Khwam pen chat doi thae čhing” (On Becoming a Real Nation). In Phrarat­chaniphon thi naru ….

Khwamru kiao kap phraratchakaraniyakit nai ratchakan thi 6 lae bot lakhο̨n boek rong ru̓ang du̓kdamban (Information on the Royal Duties of King Vajiravudh and Texts of Curtain-Raisers in Classical Style). Bangkok: Phračhan, 1960. 96 pp.

Kotmonthianban wa duai kharatchakan nai phraratchasamnak (Palatine Law concerning Officials in the Royal Household). Bangkok: Ministry of the Interior, 1960. 25 pp.

Lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang čhatkan rap sadet (The Play, Preparing for the Prince’s Visit). N.p., n.d. 51 pp.

Lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang khanom som kap namya, luang čhamnian doen thang, phong­phang, plο̨i kae (The Plays: The Right Amount of Noodles for the Sauce, Luang Chamnian Goes on a Trip, Fishtrap, Release). Bangkok: Khuru­sapha, 1969. 245 pp.

Lak ratchakan lae khlong suphasit (Foundations of Government and Proverbs). Bangkok: Krom Phaenthi Thahan, 1966. 159 pp.

“Latthi ao yang” (The Cult of Imitation). In Phraratchaniphon thi naru ….

Lilit phayap (A Poem of the Northwest). Bangkok: Prasoet, 1968. 131 pp.

Mahatama (The Mahatma). Bangkok: Aksο̨nnit, n.d. 155 pp.

“Mai tο̨ngkan hia” (We Don’t Need Lizards). Dusit samit 2, no. 16 (1919): 65–67.

Matthanaphatha r tamnan haeng dο̨k kulap (Madanabadha, or Romance of the Rose). Bangkok: Aksο̨nnit, 1951. 146 pp.

“Might Is Right”: A Siamese Opinion of the German Gospel. N.p., [1917]. 97 pp.

“Mu̓ang thai čhong tu̓n thoet” (Wake Up, Siam). In Pramuan bot phrarat­chaniphon….

Nam yο̨k ao nam bong (Use a Thorn to Pull a Thorn). N.p., n.d. 83 pp.

Nangsu̓ an lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang “sià sala” khο̨ng si ayutthaya (Reader’s Edition of the Play “Sacrifice” by Sri Ayudhya). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1955. 130 pp.

Narai sip pang (The Ten Incarnations of Vishnu). Bangkok: Sinlapaban­nakhan, 1960. 538 pp.

Phrabο̨romrachowat lae prakat tang čhaophraya ramrakhop (The Royal Address and Proclamation of the Appointment of Čhaophraya Ram­rakhop). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratchawitthayalai, 1962. 11 pp.

Phrabο̨romrachowat nai ngan wisakhabucha lae sadaeng khunnanukhun phrabο̨romrachanusatsani 328khο̨ng phrabatsomdet phra ramathibο̨di sisinthο̨n maha wachirawut phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (His Majesty’s Speeches on Wisakhabucha Day and A Definition of Virtue). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratchawitthayalai, 1957. 81 pp.

Phrabο̨romrachowat su̓apa (Wild Tiger Speeches). Bangkok, [1920]. 152 pp.

Phra non kham luang (The Story of King Nala in Classical Verse Forms). Bangkok: Sinlapabannakhan, 1953. 574 pp.

Phrapenčhao khο̨ng phram (Brahmanic Gods). Bangkok: Rungru̓angtham, 1963. 82 pp.

Phraphutthačhao tratsaru arai, including an English version by M. C. Upalisan Jumbala entitled What Is the Knowledge Attained by the Buddha on His Enlightenment. Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1964. 37 pp. + 35 pp.

Phraratchadamrat lae phrabο̨romrachowat (Royal Addresses and Speeches). Bangkok: Phračhan, 1958. 65 pp.

Phraratchadamrat nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Speeches of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Bamrungnukunlakit, 1929. 330 pp.

Phraratchaniphon bang ru̓ang nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Some Compositions of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Rungru̓angtham, 1958. 88 pp.

Phraratchaniphon phra ruang (The Royal Composition, Phra Ruang). N.p., n.d. (12 pp.) + 117 pp.

Phraratchaniphon pritsana: kham khlong lae khwamriang (Riddles in Verse and Prose). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratchawitthayalai, 1960. 48 pp.

Phraratchaniphon thi naru khο̨ng lonklao ratchakan thi 6 (Significant Writings of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Fu̓ang Aksο̨n, 1963. 440 pp.

Phra ruang. See Phraratchaniphon phra ruang.

Phra sunhasep (Lord Sunahsepha). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1961. 363 pp.

Plukčhai su̓apa lae khlon tit lο̨ (Instilling the Wild Tiger Spirit and Clogs on Our Wheels). Bangkok: Mahachai, 1951. 132 pp.

Pramuan bot phraratchaniphon (phak pakinnaka suan thi 2) nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Compilation of the Writings of King Vaji­ravudh [Miscellaneous Pieces, Part 2]). Bangkok: Sirisan, 1961. 119 pp.

Pramuan phrabο̨romrachathibai kiao kap prawattisat sayam (Collection of Royal Discourses on Siamese History). Bangkok: Songtham, 1935. 68 pp.

Pramuan suphasit phraratchaniphon khο̨ng somdet phra ramathibο̨di sisinthο̨n maha wachirawut phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (A Collection of the Proverbs of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Phračhan, 1964. 193 pp.

“Prayot haeng kan yu nai tham” (The Benefits of Morality). Čhotmaihet su̓apa 8, no. 11 (March 1915): 609–625.

“Prayot khο̨ng ru̓arop tang tang” (The Usefulness of Various Kinds of War­ships). Samutthasan 1 (January 1915): 96–104.

“Priap nam sakun kap chu̓ sae” (A Comparison of Surnames with Clan Names). In Pramuan bot phraratchaniphon ….

“Ramphu̓ng thu̓ng phra ruang” (Reflections on Phra Ruang). Samutthasan 25 (January 1917): i–iv. 329

“Ru̓ang khο̨m damdin” (On the Cambodian Earth Diver). In Thi ralu̓k nai ngan phraratchathan phloengsop phon ek phonru̓a ek mahasewok ek čhao-phraya ramrakhop (Souvenir of the Cremation Ceremony for General Admiral Čhaophraya Ramrakhop). Bangkok: Thannakhan Krungthep, 1967. Pp. 1–52.

Ru̓ang phuak yiw haeng buraphathit (The Jews of the Orient). Bangkok: Čharoenrat, n.d. 33 pp.

Ru̓ang thetsana su̓apa (Lectures on Religion to the Wild Tigers). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1958. 226 pp.

“Sadaeng khunnanukhun” (A Definition of Virtue). In Phraratchaniphon bang ru̓ang ….

Sakuntala, matthanaphatha, thao saen pom, pramuan suphasit (Shakuntala, Madanabadha, Thao Saen Pom, Collection of Proverbs). Bangkok: Sin­lapabannakhan, 1966. 771 pp.

“Sapsat” (Political Economy). Samutthasan 9 (September 1915): 113–133.

“Seriphap haeng thale” (Freedom of the Seas). Samutthasan 42 (June 1918): 1–33.

A Siam Miscellany. Bangkok: Siam Observer, 1912. 76 pp.

Sia sola. See Nangsu̓ an lakhο̨nphut ru̓ang ….

“Suphasit phra ruang” (The Maxims of Phra Ruang). Samutthasan 8 (August 1915): 1–29.

“Tam namphrik lalai maenam” (Grinding Pepper Sauce in the River). In Phraratchaniphon bang ru̓ang ….

Thamma mi chai (The Triumph of Morality). Unpublished typescript, n.p., n.d. 5 pp. In the Damrong Library.

Thammathamma songkhram (The War between Good and Evil). Bangkok: Sam Mit, 1971. 33 pp.

Thao saen pom: bot lakhο̨n baep du̓kdamban (Thao Saen Pom: Text of the Musical Version). N.p., 1924. 41 pp.

Thetsana su̓apa (Lectures to the Wild Tigers). Bangkok, [1914]. 115 pp. + 6 pp.

Thiao mu̓ang phra ruang (Travels in Phra Ruang Country). Bangkok: Ministry of the Interior, 1954. 151 pp.

Uttarakuru (Uttarakuru). Bangkok: Mahamakut Witthayalai, 1965. 36 pp.

Withi mai samrap chai sara lae khian nangsu̓ thai (New Method of Using Vowels and Writing in Thai). Bangkok: Thai Khasem, 1950. [25 pp.]

Wiwaha phra samut (Neptune’s Bride). N.p., n.d. 173 pp.

3. Other Works in Thai

Amorn Darunrak, Chamun. Dusit thani: mu̓ang prachathipatai khο̨ng phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Dusit Thani: The Democratic State of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: National Library, 1970. 334 pp.

——. “Het thi phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao song plian thong chat thai” (The Reason King Vajiravudh Changed the Thai Flag). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1953), pp. 81–102. 330

——. Kamnoet phraratchawang sanamčhan lae phra pathom čhedi; maha­thiraratčhao kap dο̨n čhedi; anusο̨n khο̨ng su̓apa lae luksu̓a (The Origins of Sanamčhan Palace and Phra Pathom Čhedi; The Philosopher King and Dο̨n Čhedi; Remembrances of the Wild Tigers and Boy Scouts). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1968. 184 pp.

——. “Kan ngoen khο̨ng lon klao r. 6” (The Finances of King Vajiravudh). Warasan luksu̓a, special issue (July 1, 1970), pp. 85–96.

——. Khon mai thuk nintha mai mi nai lok lae adit wira kasat thi song pen sot (No One in the World Is Free from Gossip and Our Great Bachelor Kings). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1974. 105 pp.

——. Mahatlek nai thamniap; sunak pritsana; nam faeng khο̨ng mahaburut (Court Pages; The Mystery of the Dog; Pennames of a Great Man). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1974. 145 pp.

——. Phraratchakaraniyakit nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua lem 9 rang phraratchaprapheni (tο̨n 1) (The Duties of King Vajiravudh, Volume 9, Concerning Royal Ceremonies [Part 1]). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1971. 2 vols.

——. Phraratchakaraniyakit samkhan nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua ru̓ang hetphon thi ratchakan thi 6 song prakat songkhram, dusit thani (Important Achievements of King Vajiravudh: On the Reasons for His Declaration of War; Dusit Thani). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1969. 225 pp.

——. Phraratchakaraniyakit samkhan nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua rang kamnoet nam sakun (Important Achievements of King Vajiravudh: On the Origin of Surnames). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1968. 2 vols.

——. Phraratchakaraniyakit samkhan nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua ru̓ang phrabο̨rommarachobai thang kanmu̓ang (Important Achievements of King Vajiravudh: Political Policies). Bangkok: Khu­rusapha, 1976. 170 pp.

——. Phraratchakaraniyakit samkhan nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua ru̓ang phraratchaniphon nai ratchakan thi 6, kharomrak, ma-hasinlapin ek khο̨ng thai (Important Achievements of King Vajiravudh: On His Writings; His Love Poetry; His Position as a Leading Thai Artist). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1968. 207 pp.

——. Su̓apa lae luksu̓a nai prawattisat (The Wild Tigers and the Boy Scouts in History). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1971. 4 vols.

Bamrung Ratchabο̨riphan, Phraya. “Huačhai nakrop” (The Soul of A War­rior). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1967), pp. 245–251.

——. “Phraratchačhariyawat baep phudi angkrit” (His Majesty’s Manners as an English Gentleman). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1968), pp. 217–225.

——. “Phraratchaphithi pathomkam” (The Royal First Action Rite). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1969), pp. 225–236.

Chaimongkhon Udomsap. Phraprawat phonru̓a ek phračhao bο̨romwongthoe 331kromluang chumphο̨nkhet udomsak (A Biography of Admiral the Prince of Chumphο̨n). Bangkok: Rung Witthaya, 1969. 600 pp.

Čhakpani Sisinlawisut, Luang. Rang khο̨ng čhaophraya mahithο̨n (An Ac­count of Čhaophraya Mahithο̨n). Bangkok: Tiranasan, 1956. 357 pp.

Chakrabongs, Prince. “Phičharana phraratchabanyat laksana ken thahan” (An Examination of the Law on Conscription). Samutthasan 2 (February 1915): 35–72.

Čhamroen Sawat-chutho. “Dusit thani” (Dusit Thani). Triam udom su̓ksa, no. 3 (1951), 231–248.

Čhotmaihet phraratchaphithi bο̨romrachaphisek …. See Hο̨phrasamut Samrap Phranakhο̨n.

Chula Chakrabongse, Prince. Čhao chiwit (Lords of Life). Bangkok: Khlang Witthaya, 1962. 753 pp.

Chulalongkorn, King. Phraο̨gromrachowat nai phrabatsomdet phra čhula­čhο̨mklaočhaoyuhua phraratchathan phračhao lukyathoe song phrarat­chaniphon mu̓a p.s. 2428 (Instructions of King Chulalongkorn to His Sons, Composed in 1885). Bangkok: Sophonphiphatthanakο̨n, 1931. 16 pp. + 12 pp. translation.

——. Phraratchadamrat (Royal Speeches). Bangkok: Thai National Bank, 1967. 251 pp.

——. Samnao phraratchahatlekha suan phra-ong phrabatsomdet phra čhu­lačhο̨mklaočhaoyuhua thu̓ng čhaophraya yommarat (pan sukhum) kap prawat čhaophraya yommarat (Texts of the Personal Letters of King Chulalongkorn to Čhaophraya Yommarat and A Biography of Čhaophraya Yommarat). The biography during the Sixth Reign is by Prince Dhani. Bangkok: Bamrungtham, 1939. (154 pp.) + 274 pp.

Coedès, G. Prachum čharu̓k sayam phak thi 1, čharu̓k krung sukhothai. Bangkok: Bangkok Times, 1924. 168 pp. See French title in section 4.

Damrong Rajanubhab, Prince. Tamra lakhο̨n inao (A Treatise on the Inao Drama). Bangkok: Khlang Witthaya, 1964. 216 pp.

Dhanit Yupho. Khon (Masked Drama). Bangkok: Department of Fine Arts, 1957. 166 pp.

Hο̨phrasamut Samrap Phranakhο̨n, compiler. Čhotmaihet phraratchaphithi bο̨romrachaphisek somdet phraramathibο̨di sisinthο̨n maha wachirawut phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (Record of the Coronation Ceremonies of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Sophonphiphatthanakο̨n, 1924. 204 pp.

Khon Samak Len. Rainam tua khon kap bot rο̨ng lae phak čheračha (List of Masked Drama Players and Texts of Songs and Dialogue). Bangkok: n.p., 1909. 20 pp.

Laksaminusο̨n (In Memory of Princess Laksmi). Bangkok: Maeban Kanru̓an, 1961. 72 pp.

Maha Dhep Kasatarasamuha, Phra, compiler. Su̓apa (The Wild Tigers). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratchawitthayalai, 1968. 60 pp.

Natthawutti Sutthisongkhram. Phrakiat prawat khο̨ng čhο̨mphonru̓a čhο̨m­phon 332somdetčhaofa kromphra nakhο̨n sawan wο̨raphinit senabο̨di krasuang thahanru̓a phra-ong raek (Biography of Admiral and General Prince of Nakhο̨n Sawan, First Minister of the Marine). Bangkok: Krom Phaenthi Sathan, 1965. 905 pp.

Noradhebprida, Phraya. “Khwamsongčham nai samai ratchakan thi 6” (Recollections of the Sixth Reign). Khurusan (March 1954), pp. 89–105.

O-phat Sewikun. Thai kap songkhram lok khrang thi 1 (The Thai and World War I). Bangkok: Kasembannakit, 1968. 328 pp.

Phraprawat lae čhariyawat khο̨ng čhο̨mphonru̓a somdetčhaofa bο̨riphat sukhumphan kromphraya nakhο̨n sawan wο̨raphinit lae ekasan thi dai song pattibat ratchakan (The Life and Character of Admiral Prince Paribatra, the Prince of Nakhο̨n Sawan, and His Government Papers). Bangkok: Krom Uthakasat, 1950. 113 pp.

“Phraprawat phonru̓a ek phračhaobο̨romwongthoe kromluang chumphο̨n­khet udomsak” (A Biography of Admiral the Prince of Chumphο̨n). Typescript. 19 pp.

Phraprawat phraniphon lae phapfiphrahat khο̨ng somdetčhaofa kromphraya naritsaranuwattiwong (A Biography of Prince Naris and His Writings and Designs). Bangkok: Kaona, 1963. 96 pp.

Phraratchaniphon nai phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua bannanu­krom (A Bibliography of the Writings of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: National Library, 1970. 84 pp.

Phraya yu̓n chingcha p.s. 2460 (The Noble Presiding at the Swing Ceremony in 1917). Bangkok: Hang Hunsuan Čhamkat Siwaphο̨n, 1962. 50 pp.

Pin Malakul, M. L. “Kam sο̨mrop su̓apa p.s. 2462 lae phraratchawang sanamčhan” (Wild Tiger Maneuvers of 1919 and Sanamčhan Palace). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1968), pp. 161–172.

——. Ngan lakhο̨n khο̨ng phrabatsomdet phraramathibο̨di sisinthο̨n maha wachirawut phra mongkutklao čhao phaendin sayam (The Plays of King Rama VI). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1973. 63 pp.

——. Phramahakarunathikhun an lon klao (The Accomplishments of Rama VI). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1973. 53 pp.

——. “Ru̓ang khai luang hat čhao samran” (On the Royal Camp at Hat Čhao Samran). In Phrabο̨romrachanusatsani sadaeng khunnanukhun. Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1973. 158 pp.

Poon Pismai Diskul, M. C. Sarakhadi (Essays). Bangkok: Mahamakut Ratcha­witthayalai, 1964. 400 pp.

Pornpen Hantrakool. “Kanchai čhaingoen phaendin nai ratchasamai phrabat­somdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua” (Government Spending during the Reign of King Vajiravudh). Mimeographed Master’s thesis, Depart­ment of History, Graduate School Chulalongkorn University, 1974. 277 pp.

Prachum bot lakhο̨n du̓kdamban (Collection of Musical Plays). Bangkok: Department of Fine Arts, 1966. 248 pp. 333

Prachum kap he ru̓a (A Collection of Boat Songs). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1962. 121 pp.

Prachum phrabο̨romrachowat lae phra-owat (Collection of Speeches by Kings and Princes). Bangkok: Sutthisan, 1966. 71 pp.

Praphat Trinarong. Chiwit lae ngan khο̨ng atsawaphahu (The Life and Works of Asvabahu). Bangkok: Watthanaphanit, 1963. 730 pp.

Prasit Suphakan, Phraya. “Kančhap ru̓a chaloei nai nannam sayam wan thi 22 karakadakhom p.s. 2460” (Capture of Enemy Vessels in Siamese Territorial Waters on July 22, 1917). Samutthasan 32 (August 1917): 9–44.

Prasongsom Bο̨riphat, Mο̨mčhaoying. Banthu̓k khwamsongčham bang ru̓ang nai somdetčhaofa kromphra nakhο̨n sawan wο̨raphinit (Some Remini­scences of the Prince of Nakhο̨n Sawan). Bangkok: Phračhan, 1956. 48 pp.

Prayun Phitsanakha. 9 kasat thai haeng ratchawong čhakkri (Nine Thai Kings of the Chakkri Dynasty). Bangkok: P. Phitsanakha, 1965. 864 pp.

Prayut Sitthiphan. Phramaha thiraratčhao (The Great Learned Monarch). Bangkok: Sayam, 1972. 509 pp.

——. Ratchasamnak phra mongkutklao (King Vajiravudh’s Royal House­hold). Bangkok: Thammasewi, 1955. 583 pp.

——. Ratchasamnak thai (The Thai Royal Household). Bangkok: Khlang Witthaya, 1962. 660 pp.

Ratchasakunwong (Royal Genealogy). Bangkok: Phračhan, 1969. 209 pp.

Riangkhwam ru̓ang phraratchaniphon nai ratchakan thi 6 lae riangkhwam chabap dai rap rangwan thun phumiphon (Essays on the Writings of King Vajiravudh and Essays That Received the Bhumibol Prize). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1961. 345 pp.

Rian Srichandr and Netra Poonwiwat. Prawat pattiwat khrang raek khο̨ng thai r.s. 130 (A History of the First Thai Revolution, 1912). Bangkok: Kim Li Nguan, 1960. 263 pp.

Samutthara Surakkhaka. 26 kanpattiwat thai lae ratthaprahan samai 2089–2507 (Twenty-six Thai Revolutions and Coups d’état from 1546 to 1964). Bangkok: Su̓ Kanphim, 1964. 704 pp.

Sangop Suriyin. Thianwan (Thianwan). Bangkok: Suriyin, 1967. 663 pp.

Sanguan Ankhong. Sangkhep phraratchaprawat lae phraratchaniphon nai phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (A Brief Biography and Writings of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok, 1969. 104 pp.

Sangwan Phattanothai. Pathakatha ru̓ang phraratchaniphon khο̨ng ratchakan thi 6 thang witthayu kračhaisiang (Radio Talks on the Compositions of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Phanit Suphaphon, 1951. 108 pp.

Satčhaphirom Udomratchaphakdi, Phraya. Lao hai luk fang (Told for My Children). Bangkok: Aksο̨nsat, 1955. 230 pp.

Sathaphο̨n Malila. Phračhaobο̨romwongthoe kromluang ratburi direkrit (The Prince of Ratburi). Bangkok: Thai Khasem, 1953. 66 pp.

Sathian Phantharangsi. Phra mongkutklao; čhaofa phetcharat (King Vajira­vudh; Princess Bejaratana). Bangkok: Phrae Phitthaya, 1953. 395 pp. 334

Sathitya Semanil. Wisasa (Chats). Bangkok: Phrae Phittaya, 1970. 351 pp.

Sathu̓an Supphasophon. Phraratchaprawat phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua lae prawattikan luksu̓a thai (A Biography of King Vajiravudh and A History of the Boy Scouts). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1961. (42 pp.) + 492 pp.

S[awai] Watthanaset. Kiattikhun phra mongkutklao, kasat nakprat khο̨ng chat thai (In Honor of King Vajiravudh, the Thai Nation’s Great Literary Monarch). Bangkok: Watthanaphanit, 1957. 833 pp.

Somphop Phirom. Kutakhan (Peaked-Roof Buildings). Bangkok: Krung Sayam, 1970. 154 pp.

Sunthο̨nphiphit, Phraya. Phramahakarunathikhun haeng phrabatsomdet phra mongkutklao čhaoyuhua (The Virtues of King Vajiravudh). Bangkok: Kammakanpokkhrο̨ng, 1971. 337 pp.

——. “Suan anusο̨n” (Remembrances of a Garden). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1967), pp. 229–238.

——. “Su̓apa–luksu̓a” (Wild Tigers–Boy Scouts). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1953), pp. 23–80.

Thai Nο̨i [pseud.]. 6 phaendin (Six Reigns). Bangkok: Khlang Witthaya, 1960. 544 pp.

Thamrong Ratchabο̨riphan, Phraya. “Song prot tang samosο̨n” (Royal Favor toward the Establishment of Clubs). Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1960), pp. 93–122.

Thao hiranphanasun (Lord Hiranphanasun). Bangkok: Udom, 1969. 22 pp.

Thawi Muktharakosa. Phramaha thiraratčhao (The Philosopher King). Bang­kok: Phrae Phitthaya, 1963. 844 pp.

Thepchu Thapthο̨ng. Winyanphi (Spirits—Ghosts). Bangkok: Phim Thai, 1968. 120 pp.

Thiphakο̨nwong, Čhaophraya. Phraratchaphongsawadan krung ratanakosin ratchakan thi 4 (Royal Chronicle of the Fourth Reign of the Bangkok Dynasty). Bangkok: Khurusapha, 1961. 2 vols.

Thi ralu̓k sayam rat phiphitthaphan suan lumphini phraphutthasakarat 2468; The Souvenir of the Siamese Kingdom Exhibition at Lumbini Park B.E. 2468. First published 1928. Thai text 255 pp. English text 256 pp.

Thuan Wiriyaphο̨n. Prachum owat (A Collection of Speeches). Bangkok: Niyomwitthaya, 1966. 377 pp.

Uthumporn Sundaravej. Phraratchaprawat chiwit suan phra-ong somdet phra siphatcharinthara bο̨rom rachininat phra bο̨rom ratchonani phanpi luang (Biography of Queen Saowapha). Bangkok: Phadung Su̓ksa, 1972. 402 pp.

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4. Other Works in Western Languages

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Cucherousset, Henri. Quelques informations sur le Siam. Hanoi: l’Éveil Écono­mique, 1925. 124 pp.

de Schaeck, Ivan. Promenade autour du monde avec S.A.I. le grand duc Boris de Russie. Paris: Plon, 1910. 361 pp.

Gerini, Colonel G. E. Siam and Its Productions, Arts, and Manufactures: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Siamese Section at the International Exhibition of Industry and Labour Held in Turin April 29–November 19, 1911. London: Stephen Austin, 1912. 339 pp.

Graham, W. A. Siam. London: Moring, 1924. 2 vols.

Levenson, Joseph R. Modern China and Its Confucian Past. Garden City: Anchor Books, 1964. 246 pp.

Niramol Kangsadara. “The Buddhist Order under Prince Wachirayan (1898–1921).” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Hawaii, 1972. 101 pp.

Norden, Hermann. From Golden Gate to Golden Sun. Boston: Small Maynard, 1923. 292 pp.

Oblas, Peter B. ‘“A Very Small Part of World Affairs’: Siam’s Policy on Treaty Revision and the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.” Journal of the Siam Society 59, part 2 (July 1971): 51–74.

“The Pageant of Wild Tiger Traditions.” Wachirawutthanusο̨n (1953), pp. 1–49.

Powell, E. Alexander. Where the Strange Trails Go Down. New York: Scrib­ner’s, 1921. 279 pp.

Prachoom Chomchai. Chulalongkorn the Great. Tokyo: Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies, 1965. 167 pp.

Robinson, William Henry. The Golden Legend, or Story of India’s God-given Cynosure. London: Luzac, 1911. 148 pp.

Sayre, Francis Bowes. Glad Adventure. New York: Macmillan, 1957. 356 pp.

——. The Passing of Extraterritoriality in Siam. New York: Institute of Pacific Relations, n.d. 60 pp. Reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly, November 1927, and the American Journal of International Law, January 1928.

Siamese Abuses in Patani. London: Wightman, 1923. 17 pp.

Skinner, G. W. “Change and Persistence in Chinese Culture Overseas: A Comparison of Thailand and Java.” Journal of the South Seas Society 16, no. 1–2 (1960): 86–100.

——. Chinese Society in Thailand: An Analytic History. Ithaca: Cornell, 1957. 459 pp.

Smith, Malcolm. A Physician at the Court of Siam. London: Country Life, 1947. 164 pp.

Thornely, P. W. The History of a Transition. Bangkok: Siam Observer, 1923. 406 pp.

Vajiranana, Prince. The Buddhist Attitude towards National Defence and Administration: A Special Allocution. [Bangkok, 1916]. 26 pp. 336

——. Right Is Right: A Special Allocution by His Holiness Prince Vajiranana, Supreme Patriarch of the Kingdom of Siam. Bangkok, [1918]. 56 pp.

——. The Triumph of Right: A Special Allocution. Bangkok: Bangkok Daily Mail, [1919]. 39 pp.

Wales, H. G. Quaritch. Siamese State Ceremonies: Their History and Function. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1931. 326 pp.

Wenk, Klaus. Die Ruderlieder—kap he ruoin der Literatur Thailands. Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1968. 177 pp.

William of Sweden, H.R.H. Prince. In the Lands of the Sun: Notes and Memories of a Tour in the East. London: Eveleigh Nash, 1915. 344 pp.

Wingfield-Stratford, Esmé. The Victorian Cycle. New York: Morrow, 1935. 3 vol. in 1.

Wyatt, David K. The Politics of Reform in Thailand: Education in the Reign of King Chulalongkorn. New Haven and London: Yale, 1969. 425 pp.

5. Newspapers and Journals

Ačhan. Monthly.

Bangkok Daily Mail. Daily.

Bangkok Times. Daily and weekly.

Čhotmaihet su̓apa. Monthly.

Dusit samit. Weekly.

Journal of the Siam Society. Monthly.

Khurusan. Monthly.

Nangsu̓phim thai. Daily.

Nawikkasat. Monthly.

New York Times. Daily.

Ratchakitčhanubeksa. Weekly.

Samutthasan. Monthly.

Sap thai. Monthly.

Sena su̓ksa. Monthly.

Siam Observer. Daily.

Thawipanya. Monthly.

Times (London). Daily.

Triam udom su̓ksa.

Wachirawutthanusο̨n. Annual.

Warasan luksu̓a. Monthly.

Witthayačhan. Monthly.

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