|RCS/RCMS 103/2 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||Malayan Communist Party's declaration
||'Indonesian influences in Malaya, supplement to political intelligence journal no. 10'
||Malayan Union Constitution
||'When Bunga Mas was offered to King Edward VII'
||Papers of Dato Klana Maamor bin Kassim
||British Military Administration, Malaya, official notifications
||Malayan civil service
Archives of the British Association of Malaysia and Singapore
(former reference: BAM/II/17)
||18 May 1965–23 Dec. 1967
|Extent and Medium
||1 file; paper; mixed scripts
|Content and context|
Correspondence between Hugh Bryson and James de Vere Allen on the research and publication of the latter's book, 'The Malayan Union', and on Allen's research for an article on Terengganu during the early twentieth century. Several letters refer to Sir Edward Gent and the Malayan Emergency (21 sheets).
|Bryson, Hugh Patterson (1898-1977)|
|Gent, Gerard James Edward (1895-1948)|
|No further on-line information.|
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