• To What Extent Was the Process of Decolonization in Southeast Asia a Violent Struggle?
    grant them independence. Next, in Malaya, the communist emergency of June 1948 also helped the British remove a potent threat and in turn helped to guide Malaya toward independence. The communist emergency involved a lot of bloodshed as on 18 June 1948, the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), a...
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  • Australian History
    The Malayan Emergency was declared on 18 June 1948, after three estate managers were murdered in Perak, northern Malaya. The men were murdered by guerrillas of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP), an outgrowth of the anti-Japanese guerrilla movement which had emerged during the Second World War. The...
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  • Japanese Occupation
    Throughout much of World War II, British Malaya, North Borneo and Sarawak were under Japanese occupation. 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...
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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...
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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...
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  • history
    Research on 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...
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  • Malayan Union
    The formation of Malayan Union After the Japanese surrendered in 1945 and which the Second World War ended. The period between the Japanese move out from Malaya and the return of the British gave the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) the opportunity to take over the government in Malaya for 14 days...
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  • Formation of Malaysia
    introduced in 1959. The first move towards the formation of Malaysia came in 1961 when the idea for the formation of a wider federation comprising the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak, Sabah and Brunei was mooted by Tunku Abdul Rahman. Tunku�s proposal was generally accepted...
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  • Mba Handbook
    FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2011/2012 Master of Business Administration 1 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2011/2012 SEMESTER I Orientation week Lectures Mid-Semester I Break Lectures Revision Semester I Examinations Semester I Break 1...
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    force. I think that there is an argument that the Japanese 'won' the campaign and would have won even if the British had sent more fighter planes and Task Forces Z's aircraft carrier had made it to Singapore. Given the current date and that Malaya was invaded around this time in 1941, please...
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  • SPM ESSAYS
    history. At the time, I was the first Malay who graduated from university in England . Reporter: Wow..that is really impressive Tunku.Then when you come back, what do you do? TAR: Before I came to Malaya I had dabbled in politics and established a young Malays Association of Great Britain in 1927 and...
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  • Mt Mayon
    ng araw. Mula sa malayong Katagalugan narinig ni Gat Malaya ang nabalitang kagandahan ni Daragang Magayon. Marami siyang mga pagkakataong makaniig ang paraluman subalit nagkaroon ng mga sagabal. Minsan, malapi sa munting ilog, nakita ang dalagang namumupol ng bulaklak. Kinamaya-maya’y ang binibini’y...
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  • Tunku Abdul Rahman
    known as the Father of Independence. Tunku Abdul Rahman had become the first prime minister of the Federation Malaya from 1957 to 1963 and of Malaysia from 1963 to 1970. Thefamouspeople.com (n.d.) stated that, Abdul Rahman was born on 8 February 1903 in Istana Pelamin, Alor Star in Kedah to the 24th...
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  • Emergency
    Introduction The aftermath of World War II left the world a number of legacies and a series of minor wars. Although these were little wars, they were still big enough to the men who had to fight them. One of the first of these wars was against the Communists in Malaya. The success of the...
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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...
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  • Briefly Explain the Historical Factors That Have Influenced the Malaysian Constitution
    The 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...
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  • Formation of Malaysia
    Tunku Abdul Rahman in a speech given 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...
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  • Essay
    colonization occurred. The economic activities and farming are the major factor from rural activities, the migration particularly from Cina 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...
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  • Education
    influenced by Christianity. 6.2 EDUCATION DURING BRITISH COLONIZATION 6.2.1 British Policy On Education During the British occupation of Malaya, there was no clear policy on education. The British were contented to let the various types of schools, which were already in existence, carry on...
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  • Reason My Grandparents Immigrate to Malaysia
    everywhere in China. The economic environment was worse than before. My grandparents found it harder to live in China after the war than before it. Millions of Chinese from Fujian and Guangdong province fled to South-east Asia, the so-called “Nanyang”, to seek a better life. Many of them chose Malaya (the...
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