Tales from the South China Seas - Images of the British in South-East Asia in the Twentieth Century
Allen, Charles (editor)
In the third and final volume of his tales of the East and the English Empire, Charles Allen chronicles the lives, manners and fortunes of the last generations of British men and women to go out East and seek their fortunes in the various colonial territories scattered round the South China Sea: the Malay States, the Straits Settlements of Singapore, Penang and Malacca, the British North Borneo Company's chartered territories in Borneo, and the extraordinary jungle kingsdom of Sarawak - ruled for a century by the White Rajahs...
Second hand Hardback

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