• Bitrth of Umno
    British colonies in Malay Peninsula. The idea of Malayan Union was first brought up by the British on October 1945. It was the successor to British Malaya and was conceived to simplify the administration of British colonies. In the Malayan Union, the Sultans, the traditional rulers of the Malay states...
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  • Malaysia
    independence was spearheaded by Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia, who led a delegation of ministers and political leaders of Malaya in negotiations with the British in London for Merdeka, or independence along with the first president of the Malayan Chinese Association (MCA) Tun...
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    Strategies to Reduce Greenhouse Gases Emission from Transport: Case Study of University of Malaya Proposed by: Low Wei Qian (Malaysia) 1.0 INTRODUCTION Traffic congestion at the University of Malaya (UM) is somehow predict able but inevitable. This situation worsens especially during peak...
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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 Malaysia...
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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 Malayan Union...
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  • Malaysian Studies
    MALAYSIAN STUDIES (4 marks) 5. Japanese occupied Malaya for only three and a half years , from 15 February 1942 to 15 August 1945 a. Discuss the reasons WHY Japanese military can conquer Malaya easily? (6 marks) b. How Japanese army attack Malaya? (4 marks) 6. Emergency period closely related...
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  • Essay
    and India. When the Chinese enter the Malaya, it began the process of formality of plural society in terms of Chinese community in Malaya. At that time Chinese community has changed the pattern and the social system of Malays. When the Malays arrive in Malaya finally it’s develop into new community...
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  • Formation of Malaysia
    before the Society of Foreign Press at a hotel in Singapore on 27 May 1961, suggested a plan to form Malaysia which will consist of the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, Brunei, Sarawak and Sabah. Among other things, it is intended to impede the spread of communism, as well as to balance the ratio of populations...
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  • Content Analysis of Malaya (Philippine Broadsheet)
    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 Philippine newspaper, Malaya, specifically within its 10 weekday issues from June 13 to June...
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  • Briefly Explain the Historical Factors That Have Influenced the Malaysian Constitution
    Federal Constitution of Malaysia, which came into force in 1957, is the supreme law of Malaysia. The Federation was initially called the Federation of Malaya and it adopted its present name, Malaysia, when the States of Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore joined the Federation. The Constitution establishes 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. They then invaded...
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  • Emergency
    them. One of the first of these wars was against the Communists in Malaya. The success of the communists in China in the late 1940's had boosted the morale of communists worldwide and the domino effect was felt in Malaya as well. Malaya in the 1940's was a country that consisted of four-fifths jungle...
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  • Studies
    British had come back to Malaya with the British Military Administration (BMA) took over the country. This time they had tried to introduce a single political and administration for the Malaya which known as Malayan Union in 1946. The idea of Malayan Union was that to prepare the Malaya for the self-govern...
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  • Formation of Malaysia
    Malaysian Federation on 16th of September 1963. On this day, Malaya, North Borneo (now Sabah), Sarawak, and Singapore (Singapore left Malaysia in 9th of August 1965 to form a new state) joined together to form Malaysia. From this day onwards, Malaya was known as Malaysia. At first, the formation of Malaysia...
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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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  • Reason My Grandparents Immigrate to Malaysia
    life. Many of them chose Malaya (the predecessor of Malaysia) to start their new life. In Malaya, the political environment was much stable then. Before the war, the peninsula was occupied by Britain. The British colonist spared no effort in maintaining the stability of Malaya as they didn’t want any...
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  • history
    he British Operation Matador and why it was abandoned. The Operation Matador was a plan of the British Malaya Command to move forces into position to counter a Japanese attack on Malaya. British military planners had anticipated a Japanese attack on Singapore from the Malay Peninsula. They...
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  • The Japanese Occupation in Malaya Malaya (1942-1945)
    1941, the Japanese invaded Malaya. The root of their success not only lies in their well-trained soldiers but also in their use of bicycles enabling them to travel through jungles towards the South of Malaya in a short amount of time. During the Japanese Occupation, Malaya was affected in many aspects...
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  • tgjg
    History from Virtual Library Malaysia; from Univ. Oregon, Asian Studies Historical Dictionaries N.B. Dennys, A Descriptive Dictionary of British Malaya 1894, IA Organizations on Asian History International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA) Perak Heritage Society on SE Asian History Japan...
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  • The Effects of Driking Water
    Social effect Social effects of Japanese occupation in Malaya led to more distant relationship between the races. Japanese military gave a different treatment according to race where the Malays and Indians were treated well by the Japanese, and Chinese treated unfairly. The Malays have been appointed...
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