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9748496813
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Walter E.J. Tips
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English
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Siam's Struggle for Survival book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Siam's Struggle for Survival: The 1893 Gunboat Incident at Paknam. by. Walter E. J. Tips, M. R. Thep Devakula (Preface).

Siam's struggle for survival. Pak Nam Incident, 1893.

Siam's struggle for survival. the gunboat incident at Paknam and the Franco-Siamese Treaty of October 1893. by Walter E. Tips. Published 1996 by White Lotus Press in Bangkok, Thailand. Includes bibliographical references (p. -231). Gunboat incident at Paknam and the Franco-Siamese Treaty of October 1893.

The Franco-Siamese War of 1893 was a conflict between the French Third Republic and the Kingdom of Siam. Auguste Pavie, French vice consul in Luang Prabang in 1886, was the chief agent in furthering French interests in Laos. His intrigues, which took advantage of Siamese weakness in the region and periodic invasions by Vietnamese rebels from Tonkin, increased tensions between Bangkok and Paris.

Siam's struggle for survival : the gunboat incident at Paknam and the Franco-Siamese treaty of October 1893. Tips, Thep M. Devakula. A french engineer in Burma and Siam, 1880 : with a discussion on the Kra Canal controversy. A. comte Mahé de la Bourdonnais, Walter E.

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ISBN: 978-974-8496-81-8. ISBN-10: 974-8496-81-3. White Lotus Press · 1996.

The Paknam Incident was a military engagement fought during the Franco-Siamese War in July 1893. While sailing off Paknam on Siam's Chao Phraya River, three French ships violated Siamese territory and were fired warning shots by a Siamese fort and a force of gunboats.

Franco-Siamese War (1893). French ships Inconstant and Comète under fire in the Paknam incident, July 13, 1893. The Franco-Siamese War of 1893 was a conflict between the French Third Republic and the Kingdom of Siam

Franco-Siamese War (1893). The Franco-Siamese War of 1893 was a conflict between the French Third Republic and the Kingdom of Siam. Following the conflict, the Siamese agreed to cede Laos to France, an act that led to the significant expansion of French Indochina.

Introduction and Sources The Paknam Incident of 13 July was indeed one of the factors indirectly prompting the project of a European visit to enlighten public opinion there about the kingdom and it. .

Introduction and Sources. In this paper we attempt to bring to light some hitherto unknown aspects of HM King Chulalongkorn’s 1897 journey to Europe. The Paknam Incident of 13 July was indeed one of the factors indirectly prompting the project of a European visit to enlighten public opinion there about the kingdom and its monarch. After the initial shock and the discussions on possible courses of action to follow of the first week, a silence set in in the palace quarters.