4 edition of Riot and revolution in Singapore and Malaya, 1945-1963 found in the catalog.
Riot and revolution in Singapore and Malaya, 1945-1963
Richard L. Clutterbuck
Bibliography: p. 301-313.
|Statement||[by] Richard Clutterbuck.|
|LC Classifications||DS597 .C555|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||321|
|LC Control Number||73164184|
Malaysia is located on a strategic sea-lane that exposes it to global trade and various cultures. Strictly, the name "Malaysia" is a modern concept, created in the second half of the 20th r, contemporary Malaysia regards the entire History of Malaya, spanning thousands of years back to Prehistoric times, as its own history, and as such it is treated in this page. Malaya: Revolution and its Abandonment. My Side of History by Chin Peng (Media Masters; Singapore, ). By S.R. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Malaya witnessed many a protracted and arduous struggle against colonial domination and semi-feudal oppression by its people, who are composed of many nationalities2.
Conflict and violence in Singapore and Malaysia, Rev., updated and enl. ed. Singapore: Graham Brash, p. Parts I and II were originally published in as Riot and revolution in Singapore and Malaya, [DS Clu] Commonwealth Parliamentary Association. United Kingdom Branch. The judge referenced the earlier riot in his hearing and warned that Singapore held a “very serious view of rioting offences.” Singapore government crackdown The similar profiles of both riots in foreign enclaves show how such areas are prone to incidents of public disorder.
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Singapore - Bibliography Singapore Boyce, Peter. Riot and Revolution in Singapore and Malaya, London: Faber and Faber, Colless, Brian E. The Overseas Chinese and the Revolution with Special Reference to Malaya and Singapore. A History of Modern Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, Trocki, Carl A.
Prince of Pirates: The Temenggongs and the Development of Johor and Singapore, Octo - Chinese middle schools riots (13 dead, more than injured) Ap - City Hall riot; Negeri Singapura, Malaysia () J - Pulau Senang prison riots (4 dead, 5 injured) J - Race Riots (36 dead, injured) Republic of Singapore () - Race Riots of Singapore (4 dead, 80 injured).
The Singapore Riots refer to a series of communal race-based civil disturbances between the Malays and Chinese in Singapore following its merger with Malaysia inand were considered to be the "worst and most prolonged in Singapore’s postwar history".
The term is also used to refer specifically to two riots on 21 Jul and 2 Sepparticularly the former, during which 23 Location: Kallang, Geylang and various districts in. HistorySG is an online resource guide to events that have unfolded in Singapore's history since to the present.
Each event is briefly introduced in a short write-up accompanied by links to related content from the collections of the National Library Board (NLB) as well as that of other agencies and institutions. HistorySG aims to be a first-stop portal with recommended resources to guide.
The riots claimed more than injuries and 22 casualties. Thousands were arrested, while the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) of Malaysia and People’s Action Party (PAP) of Singapore blamed each other for the violence.
02 September – Racial Riots. Book Review: Richard Clutterbuck, Riot and Revolution in Singapore and Malaya (London: Faber and Faber Ltd., £) Book Review: Richard Clutterbuck, Riot and Revolution in Singapore and Malaya Richard Clutterbuck, Riot and Revolution in Singapore and Malaya (London: Faber and Faber Ltd., Author: Michael Leifer.
The book Men in White also frames the Hock Lee event as a "demonstration of the ruthlessness of the communists and their capacity to unleash violence in Singapore."  In both these accounts, the bus workers were not given any political consciousness as the event is seen as a spontaneous one that was initiated by the communists that Location: Alexandra Road, Tiong Bahru.
Publisher: Singapore: G. Brash, Call no.: RSING CLU This book examines people’s responses during times of instability in Singapore: the Emergency, confrontation with Indonesia, and the race riots of and It is a revised edition of “Riot and Revolution in Singapore and Malaya, –”. G/ RIOT & REVOLUTION IN SINGAPORE & MALAYARichard Clutterbuck, Faber & FaberLondon, G/ RAFFLES OF SINGAPORE, Sir R Coupland, CollinsLondon, G/ RAFFLES OF THE EASTERN ISLES, C E Wurtzburg, Hodder & StoughtonLondon, W/ SEVENTY DAYS IN SINGAPORE, Stanley L Faulk, Robert Hale circa s.
Riot and revolution in Singapore and Malaya, / Richard Clutterbuck Hearts and minds in guerrilla warfare: the Malayan emergency, / Richard Stubbs The Malayan Emergency, the domino that stood / Donald Mackay. Conflict and violence in Singapore and Malaysia, Rev., updated & enl.
Singapore: Graham Brash, p. Parts I and II were originally published in as Riot and revolution in Singapore and Malaya, [DS Clu] Comber, Leon. Onriots against the Chinese began in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was considered the worst racial riot in Malaysian history.
Many Malaysian Chinese fled to Singapore for protection. We were told the rivers ran red in Malaysia with Chinese blood. The Maria Hertogh riots began on 13 December in Singapore after a court decided that a child who had been raised by Muslims should be returned to her Catholic biological parents.
A protest by outraged Muslims escalated into a riot when images were published showing year-old Maria Hertogh (or Bertha Hertogh) kneeling before a statue of the Virgin Mary. Major General Richard Lewis Clutterbuck, CB, OBE was a British soldier and academic. He was one of the best known and most respected counter-insurgency theorists of the s and early s.
Inwhile he was still a serving officer in the British Army, his best-known book, 'The Long Long War: Counterinsurgency In Malaya And /5. Riot and Revolution in Singapore and Malaya –, Faber and Faber Ltd, London; and Nagl, J. Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya and Vietnam, Chicago University Press, Chicago and by: 6.
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