• The Changes That Were Made to the Socioeconomy of Malaya and Its Effects
    Malaysian Studies Class: SN12E Topic: The changes that the British made to the socio-economy of Malaya and its effects. Name I.C No The British were another important foreign power that came to exert its influence in Malaya. Their presence in the peninsula first began with their att
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  • The Japanese Occupation in Malaya Malaya (1942-1945)
    Before the invasion, the Japanese came under the pretext of liberating the Malayans from the British power through propaganda such as “Asia for Asians”. On December 8, 1941, the Japanese invaded Malaya. The root of their success not only lies in their well-trained soldiers but also in their use
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  • The Main Reason Why the British Were Defeated in Malaya and Singapore During World War Ii Was Because of the Quality of Its Soldiers." How Far Do You Agree with This Statement? Explain Your Answer
    The quality of the soldiers was definitely among the reasons as to why the British were defeated in Malaya and Singapore during WWII. Their morale was low as most of them were recruited not from the locals but from Nepal, Britain, India and elsewhere and so did not have the fortitude to defend Singa
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  • History of Federation of Malaya
    Introduction The Federation of Malaya (Malay: Persekutuan Tanah Melayu) is the name given to a federation of 11 states (nine Malay states and two of the British Straits Settlements, Penang and Malacca) that existed from 1 February 1948 until 16 September 1963. The Federation became independent on
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  • Independence of Malaya
    According to Hanne FN. (2009), Independence of Malaya in 31, August 1957 was granted by the British government. Malaya has a secular and democratic government. The termination of the Malayan Union in 1948 had made the British to commit themselves to prepare the way for the Federation's independence.
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  • Japanese Occupation in Malaya
    A History of Malaya BRITISH INTERVENTION IN THE MALAY STATES A.D. 1874 The year 1874 marked the introduction of British administrators into three Malay states, and British advice and protection was extended later to other states. the traditional policy of the English East India Company, ever s
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  • Constitution of Malaya
    Introduction The Federal Constitution of Malaysia, which was introduced in 1957, is the supreme law of Malaysia. The Federation was at first called the Federation of Malaya and it adopted its present name, Malaysia, when the States of Sabah, Sarawak and joined the Federation. The C
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  • Major Effects of the Japanese Occupation of Malaya
    Japanese occupation Under cover of darkness on the night of 8 December 1941, the Japanese army invaded Malaya, landing in South Thailand and pushing into Kedah, and at Kota Bharu in Kelantan. The invasion, which took place an hour before the attack on Pearl Harbor, took the Allies in Malaya and 'Fo
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  • Malaya
    After World War 2, there is an increase in Nationalist activities in SEA. This was due to the fact that the locals in the region were discontented with the colonial rule prior to WW2 and also mistreatment they received from the Japanese during the War. Impact of Colonialism The colonial masters op
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  • Japanese Occupation in Malaya
    The Japanese occupation towards the Malay rite The Japanese invasion took place in 1942 and the occupation lasted until 1945. The whole of the Malay Peninsula and Singapore were captured by this Japanese in the middle of February 1942. Due to possible reason Japanese easily occupied Malaysia. Mai
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  • Give an Explanation on National Interest. Examine and Analyse Malaya’s and Malaysia’s National Interest Between 1957 and 1980.
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  • Why Were the Japanese Able to Defeat the British in the War for Malaya and Singapore in 1942?
    Why were the Japanese able to defeat the British in the war for Malaya and Singapore in 1942? The Japanese defeated the British in the war for Malaya and Singapore for a number of reasons. The British underestimated the Japanese and thought that Singapore was an impregnable fortress, meaning that
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  • Malaya Emergency
    Malayan Emergency The Malayan emergency was the conflict that occurred shortly after the end of the second world war in British Malaya from June 1948 till July 1960 between the British and her allies against Chinese Malay communists. this conflict is considered one of the most effective anti-comm
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  • Communism in Malaya
    Communism in Malaysia Communism as an ideology was first introduced to Malaya by Chinese anarchists, and not by Kuomintang Left, Indonesian communists or Chinese communists as claimed in existing scholarship. A handful of Chinese anarchists arrived in British Malaya during the First World War to t
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  • Effects of the Japanese Occupation in Malaya
    Affects of WW11 on Malaysia The early 1940s were important in Malaya history because it brought with it the Japanese who were looking to expand their territory into other Asian nations. Malaya caught their attention due to strategic location and an abundance of resources. They sought to make Malays
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  • Japanese Occupation on Malaya
    The Japanese attack on Malaya started on December 8th 1941 and ended with the surrender of British forces at Singapore. Malaya was a major prize for the Japanese as it produced 38% of the world’s rubber and 58% of the world’s tin. The capture of Singapore would provide Japan with a highly valua
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  • Content Analysis of Malaya (Philippine Broadsheet)
    Shalimar Hillary P. Taongan Professor Gary Mariano Introduction to Print Media – A52 7 July 2011 Narrative Report for Content Analysis of Malaya This comprehensive worksheet contains substantive data which will provide a methodical approach towards the proper content analysis for the Ph
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  • Malaya
    Pangkor Treaty of 1874 The Pangkor Treaty of 1874 was a treaty signed between the British and the Sultan of Perak. Signed on January 20, 1874, on the island of Pangkor off Perak, the treaty is significant in the history of the Malay states as it legitimized British control of the Malay rulers and p
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  • malaya union
    THE Malayan Union, which the British Labour Government inaugurated in post-war Malaya on April 1, 1945, lasted slightly more than two years. Although it was a shortlived constitutional experiment, it led to dramatic political developments. In present-day Malaysian history textbooks, the...
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  • Japanese occupation of Malaya
    Japanese occupation of Malaya The Japanese Empire commenced the Pacific War with the invasion of Kota Bahru in Kelantan on 8 December 1941 at 00:25,[1] about 90 minutes before the Attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii at 07:48 on 7 December Hawaii time, or 01:48 on 8 December Malayan time....
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