Thakin Party

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Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar). . 2014.

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  • Thakin —    Meaning master in the Burmese (Myanmar) language, the term was used by Burmese during the colonial era to address British people, roughly equivalent to sahib in India (thakinma was used to address a woman). The Dobama Asiayone appropriated the …   Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar)

  • Thakin Than Tun — (1911 1968) born in Kanyutkwin, Burma (Myanmar), was a Burmese politician and leader of the Communist Party of Burma (CPB) from 1945 until his death at age 57. cite book|author=Martin Smith|year=1991|title=Insurgency and the Politics of Ethnicity …   Wikipedia

  • Thakin Than Tun — est un nom birman ; les principes des noms et prénoms ne s appliquent pas ; U et Daw sont des titres de respect. Thakin Than Tun (birman သခင် သန်းထွန်း) (1911 1968) est un homme politique birman, président du Parti communiste de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thakin Kodaw Hmaing — (23 March 1876 23 July 1964) was the greatest Burmese poet, writer and political leader in the 20th century history of Burma. He was regarded as the Father of Burmese nationalist and peace movements as well as a literary genius. His legacy and… …   Wikipedia

  • Thakin Chit Maung — Thakhin Chit Maung (1915 – 3 March 2005) also known as Widuya Thakhin Chit Maung , was a veteran Burmese politician.Political careerHis political career in Burma (also called Myanmar ) began as a teenager in the early 1930s when he joined the… …   Wikipedia

  • Thakin Nu — U Nu U Nu est un nom birman ; les principes des noms et prénoms ne s appliquent pas ; U et Daw sont des titres de respect. U Nu avec Moshe Dayan, 1955. U Nu (en birman ဦးနု ; IPA  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Communist Party of Burma — Not to be confused with Communist Party (Burma). Burma (Myanmar) This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Burma …   Wikipedia

  • Communist Party (Burma) — Not to be confused with Communist Party of Burma. Flag of the party The Communist Party (Burma) (Burmese …   Wikipedia

  • Burma Workers Party — Infobox Political party name english = Burma Workers Party name native = leader = Thakin Chit Maung, Thakin Lwin president = chairperson = spokesperson = leader1 name = leader2 name = leader3 name = foundation = 1950 dissolution = 1962… …   Wikipedia

  • Communist Party of Burma —    (CPB)    Sometimes known as the Burma Communist Party (BCP), one of the major revolutionary movements in Southeast Asia during the Cold War; it broke apart in 1989. Although communist parties were established in India, China, and Japan during… …   Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar)

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