Contending With Nationalism and Communism: British Policy by P. Lowe

By P. Lowe

This quantity offers a lucid, concise research of the improvement of British coverage in Southeast Asia within the 20 years following the defeat of Japan. The central issues obstacle nationalism and communism and the way Britain labored to accomplish lodging with nationalism whereas containing communist demanding situations.

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87 Ho Chi Minh was the man destined to become world renowned as the leader of the ICP. Ho was born in 1893, the son of a mandarin who had served the royal family in Hue. He was deeply influenced by the rise of nationalism in Asia. He left Vietnam at the age of 18 and he spent most of the ensuing 30 years away from his native land, mainly in Europe and China. Ho worked briefly in London before the Great War and it is reported that he joined demonstrations in support of the Irish proletariat during the Dublin lockout in 1913.

65 Rance commented that the Panglong agreement was satisfactory as far as it went but certain of the minorities were not represented in Panglong and this included peoples dwelling in the Naga hills, southern Chin, Wa States and Karenni States. 66 At this critical time, when a trusted leader was needed to carry Burma to independence, Aung San was brutally removed from power and life in the summer of 1947: indications of plotting against Aung San involving The Return of Colonialism, 1945–48 25 certain British nationals emerged.

Political leadership of skill and originality was imperative. Aung San was the only leader possessing these qualities. He was a young man of vision combined with remarkable charisma. Aung San appreciated the importance of conciliation and of ensuring that all the peoples of Burma worked together in a common cause. Whether Aung San could have attained such a solution will always remain a matter of speculation, given his bloody removal from the scene in July 1947. What can be said is that he advanced some way towards his objective and that he was the only person capable of attaining an outcome that would have reconciled the Burmans and the minorities successfully.

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