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Thai Crisis in Historical Context

The historical context of the Thai Political Crisis, 1932 - 2010
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mick purcell

on 3 February 2012

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Double click anywhere & add an idea 1932: Coup and Constitution

June 24th Coup
December 10th Constitution
A group of military officers (including Phibun) and a group
of Civil servants (including Pridi) Pridi, an intellectual
and a socialist wrote the Constituion:
"the highest power in the land
belongs to the people".
King Rama VII signed it. 1933, a Prince, Boworadet, led a
rebellion, which was crushed. This was
probably the fiercest fighting that Bangkok
experienced in the 20th Century.
The monarchy was out -- the military was in.
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