3 edition of Bhutan and the British found in the catalog.
Bhutan and the British
March 1, 1996
by South Asia Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Bhutan and the British Hardcover – January 1, by Peter Collister (Author)Cited by: 7. The First British Book about Bhutan: A Publishing History of Turner’s Account of an Embassy Trevor Lipscombe* Abstract British political (and other) missions to Bhutan spawned scholarly publications.
These included addresses delivered to the meetings of learned societies and subsequently printed in scholarly journals, or else published as books. Such. BHUTAN AND THE BRITISH Peter Collister. UBS Publishers' Distributors, Delhi. Reprint ISBN pp Illustrated Hardback.
This copy is bound in original illustrated laminated boards, there is a repaired split to the rear gutter. British political (and other) missions to Bhutan spawned scholarly publications. These included addresses delivered to the meetings of learned societies and subsequently printed in scholarly journals, or else published as books.
Such publications conjured up an image of Bhutan that fit the aims and interests of the expanding British Empire, and there was a broad audience for.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collister, Peter. Bhutan and the British. London: Serindia Publications with Belitha Press, © (OCoLC) It is a harmless little book, beautifully written in classic prose, and shelds some light into the way Bhutan was in the first and the early second half of the 20th Century.
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