Contesting Zomia: British India and the Northeast Corridor, 1850-1910

Ren, Chao.
2017-04-18T11:39:33.558Z

Abstract: Throughout the second half of the nineteenth century into the early twentieth, the British had a long-held aspirational policy of advancement into the Northeast corridor in British India, eastward of Bengal through Assam and Burma into Yunnan. The purpose of this advancement was to open up and access the populous market of Southwest China, in order to sell their increasing amount of indu... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of History.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011196
ID: tufts:20671
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