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THE SECRET ARMY
CHIANG KAI-SHEK AND THE DRUG WARLORDS OF THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE
RICHARD M GIBSON / WENHUA CHEN

JOHN WILEY & SONS (OCT 2011)
PAPERBACK, 338 pages, 206 x 145 mm.
Prod. # 9780470830185 (American edition)
Category: History

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The incredible story of how Chiang Kai-shek's defeated army came to dominate the Asian drug trade After their defeat in China's civil war, remnants of Chiang Kai-shek's armies took refuge in Burma before being driven into Thailand and Laos.

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The Burden of Being Burmese, Poems
Ko Ko Thett
    

This new collection by Burmese poet Ko Ko Thett is of poetry written directly in English. While this may at first seem like a less-than-obvious choice, possibly locking the poet off from a more immediate and natural... [ Read full review ]




 

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