2 edition of growth of the modern state of trengganu and its problems c.1910-1930. found in the catalog.
growth of the modern state of trengganu and its problems c.1910-1930.
Sidik bin Baba
Written in English
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Possessor of Trengganu and All Its Districts. by J. de V. ALLEN When Baginda Omar, Trengganu's for- midable Nineteenth Century Ruler, died in after a reign of thirty-seven years, the old men of the State must have told themselves with a trace or wistfulness (not untinged, no doubt, with relief) that it was unlikely that they would ever see.
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