The end of the First Anglo-Burmese War the Burmese chronicle account of how the 1826 Treaty of Yandabo was negotiated

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  • Great Britain

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  • Burma,
  • Burmese War, 1824-1826 -- Treaties,
  • Burma -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Burma,
  • Burma -- Foreign relations -- Treaties

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Includes the texts of Treaty of Yandabo and a commercial treaty, both signed in 1826 between Burma and Great Britain.

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Other titlesBurmese chronicle account of how the 1826 Treaty of Yandabo was negotiated.
Statement[translation and critical notes] by Anna Allott ; produced by Thai Studies Section, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University.
SeriesSeries / Thai Studies Section ;, no. 3, Series (Čhulālongkō̜nmahāwitthayālai. Thai Studies Section) ;, no. 3.
ContributionsAllott, Anna, 1930-, Burma., Burma.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS529.7 .K85213 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination87 p. :
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL960945M
ISBN 109745849545
LC Control Number95949248

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The End of the First Anglo-Burmese War: the Burmese chronicle account of how the Treaty of Yandabo was negotiated.

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Passages in Burmese with English translations. In the British Indian forces advanced northward. In a skirmish south of Ava, the Burmese general Bandula was killed and his armies routed. The Treaty of Yandabo (February ) formally ended the First Anglo-Burmese War. Anglo-Burmese War, 1st, -- Juvenile fiction; Used for: Burmese War, ; British War of Conquest, Burma, ; Burma -- History -- British War of Conquest, ; First Anglo-Burmese War; Filed under: Anglo-Burmese War, 1st, A political history of the extraordinary events which led to the Burmese war.

Get this from a library. The end of the First Anglo-Burmese War: the Burmese chronicle account of how the Treaty of Yandabo was negotiated. [Anna Allott; Burma.;] -- Includes the texts of Treaty of Yandabo and a commercial treaty, both signed in between Burma and Great Britain.

The First Anglo-Burmese War (Burmese language: ပထမ အင်္ဂလိပ် မြန်မာ စစ်; [pətʰəma̰ ɪ́ɴɡəleiʔ mjəmà sɪʔ]; 5 March – 24 February ) was the first of three wars fought between the British and Burmese Empire in the 19th century.

The war, which began primarily over the control of northeastern India, ended in a decisive British. By Februarythe Burmese were forced to accept the British terms to end the war. On 26 December, they sent a flag of truce to the British camp.

Negotiations having commenced, peace was proposed to them in the Treaty of Yandabo. Treaty of Yandabo was the. xxxxx Incidentally, it was in the yearat the end of the First Anglo-Burmese War, that the British formed The Straits Settlements.

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First Anglo Burmese War A.D. 5 March – 24 February ) was the first of three wars fought between the British and Burmese empires in the 19th century.

The war, which began primarily over the control of Northeastern India, ended in a decisive British victory, giving the British total control of Assam, Manipur, Cachar and Author: Indian History.

The Third Anglo-Burmese War (Burmese: တတိယ အင်္ဂလိပ် – မြန်မာစစ်, Tatiy Aaingaliut–Myanmarhcait), also known as the Third Burma War, was a conflict that took place during 7–29 Novemberwith sporadic resistance and insurgency continuing into It was the final of three wars fought in the 19th century between the Burmese and the : British victory, End of the Konbaung dynasty.

The First Anglo-Burmese War, also known as the First Burma War, (Burmese: ပထမ အင်္ဂလိပ် မြန်မာ စစ်; [pətʰəma̰ ɪ́ɴɡəleiʔ mjəmà sɪʔ]; 5 March – 24 February ) was the first of three wars fought between the British and Burmese empires in the 19th century.

The war, which began primarily over the control of Northeastern India, ended Location: Rattanakosin Kingdom (Siam), Burma. Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15, in Books (See Top in Books) # in Military History (Books)Author: Terence R.

Blackburn. First Anglo Burma War & Treaty of Yandabo - Duration: HARSHIT DWIVEDI 9, views. Anglo Burmese War, First, - The result of increased tensions between strongly expansionist Burma, one of the strongest powers in south east Asia, and British India.

First Anglo Burmese War. The First Anglo-Burmese War (–) ended in a British East India Company victory, and by the Treaty of Yandabo, Burma lost territory previously conquered in Assam, Manipur, and Arakan.

The British also took possession of Tenasserim with the intention to use it as a bargaining chip in future negotiations with either Burma or Siam. As the century wore on, the British East India Company. British rule in Burma lasted from tofrom the successive three Anglo-Burmese wars through the creation of Burma as a Province of British India to the establishment of an independently administered colony, and finally independence.

The region under British control was known as British s portions of Burmese territories, including Arakan (Rakhine State) or Tenasserim were Capital: Moulmein, (–), Rangoon, (–).

Second Anglo-Burmese War After the First Anglo-Burmese war, the Treaty of Yandabu was signed between Burma and East India Company on Febru For next 20 years the relations were normal, but the Burma Kings were chaffed of the English merchants who started flocking in the country and got settled over there.

Anglo‐Burmese Wars (–, –, –) Douglas M. Peers. Search for more papers by this author. Douglas M. Peers. Politically, all three wars proved to be highly controversial. The first war was the most expensive campaign fought to date in India and nearly resulted in the recall of the governor general (it also became Author: Douglas M.

Peers. (The First Anglo-Burmese War (5 March February ) was the first of three wars fought between the British and Burmese Empires in the 19th century.

The war, which began primarily over the control of north-eastern India, ended in a decisive British victory, giving the British total control of Assam, Manipur, Cachar and Jaintia as well Author: Hla Oo. The First Anglo-Burmese War known as the First Burma War, was the first of three wars fought between the British and Burmese empires in the 19th century.

The war, which began over the control of Northeastern India, ended in a decisive British victory, giving the British total control of Assam, Manipur and Jaintia as well as Arakan Province and Tenasserim; the Burmese were forced to pay an Location: Burma, East Bengal, Assam, Manipur, Cachar.

Anglo-Burmese Wars. Three wars were fought between Burma and the British colonial empire during the nineteenth century. THE FIRST ANGLO-BURMESE WAR OF – From the end of the eighteenth century the Burmese king Bodawpaya (r.

–), steadily expanded his realm westward. The first substantial blow of the Second Anglo-Burmese War was struck by the Company on 5 Aprilwhen the port of Martaban was taken. Rangoon was occupied on the 12th, and next came the Shwedagon Pagoda on the 14th, after heavy fighting, when the Burmese army retired northwards.

Bassein was seized on 19 May, and Pegu was taken on 3 June, after some sharp fighting round the Location: Lower Burma. Anglo-Burmese Wars –26,andpredatory wars instigated by England and aimed at the colonial enslavement of Burma.

The British East India Company started the first Anglo-Burmese War (–26) on Mar. 5, English forces met stubborn resistance. The Burmese army, led by Maha Bandula, inflicted serious damage to the English forces. See all three of the Anglo-Burmese Wars mapped out as the once mighty Burma slowly declines and is annexed by the British Empire during the s.

The Reign of Bodawpaya and the First Anglo-Burmese War, ; Burma from the Treaty of Yandabo th the Creation of the Province of British Burma, ; Chapter The War in Orissa Chapter Acquistion of Bundelkhand Chapter The War in the North Chapter The end of the War with the Confederates Chapter The War with.

The causes of the first anglo burmese war seems to be factually inaccurate. For this particular war, its factually accurate. The Burmese Kingdom was at war with almost everything around it. This war, on every basis, is much different than the two later wars with the british.

As historians views, there are immediate and remote causes.C: This article has been rated as C-Class on the. Second war (~) The second was a rather minor war, provoked when the Burmese violated the treaty of the first war.

It was fairly one. Gunboat HMS Kathleen, armed with two guns, was a leader of the Irrawaddy Flotilla Steamers which took Mandalay in November She was wrecked at Kings Bank in Hlaing River in the early s. The defeat of Ava: the first Anglo Burmese war of / compiled and edited by Terence, R.

Blackburn; The end of the first Anglo-Burmese War: the Burmese chronicle account of how the Treaty of Yandabo Cacʻ ta koṅʻʺ mha saññʻ Rantapui suiʹ, pathama ʼaṅgalipʻ. The history of the Anglo-Burmese War: It was a war between the British and the Burmese with respect to trade and commerce and territorial expansion.

The war was fought in three phases. Such as the First Anglo-Burmese War ofthe Second Ang. ARAKAN AND THE FIRST ANGLO-BURMESE WAR, B. PEARN THE prominence given to the British operations in Arakan during serves to remind us that the India-Butma coastal plain from Chitta-gong to Akyab and south to Ramree and Cheduba Islands was the scene of a difficult campaign during the First Anglo-Burmese War in In the.

The relations between the English and the Burmese were not finally settled by the first Burmese War. Neither party felt satisfied with what one had gained, and the other had lost.

It led, ultimately, to the second Anglo-Burmese War. The Second Anglo-Burmese War () The Burmese looked with suspicion and hatred upon the English.

This is an account of the Second Anglo-Burmese War, undertaken to promote the activities of British colonial merchants in the region, and to avenge perceived "insults. injustice and oppression" of British representatives by the Burmese court.5/5(1).

First Anglo-Burmese War. A new shipment of Congreve rockets — which the Burmese had never seen — were used in the closing phase of the Battle of Yangon (May–December ) and in the subsequent battle of Danubyu (March–April ) where fighting elephants were stopped by rocket fire.

Congress Poland and November Uprising. Burma, BritishAfter the first Anglo-Burmese war in two former provinces of the Burmese Empire, Arakan and Tenasserim, were governed by British commissioners. The two provinces developed distinctly different forms of government.

In Arakan colonial policy paid little deference to traditional Arakanese or Burmese institutions; rather, it reflected more strongly the influence of neighboring. Page - Cardinal numbers: 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten 11 eleven 12 twelve 13 thirteen 14 fourteen 15 fifteen 16 sixteen 17 seventeen 18 eighteen 19 nineteen ( - ) First Anglo-Burmese War () Treaty of Yandabo ended war.

Burma ceded Arakan coastal strip to British India () Second Anglo-Burmese War () Britain annexed lower Burma () King Mindon nationalized petroleum production ( - ) During King Mindon's reign, industrial revolution occurredAuthor: John Moen. War. The first substantial blow of the Second Anglo-Burmese War was struck by the Company on 5 Aprilwhen the port of Martaban was taken.

Rangoon was occupied on the 12th and the Shwedagon Pagoda on the 14th, after heavy fighting, when the Burmese army retired northwards. Whereas the first Anglo-Burmese War () was fought to regain territory that Burma had wrested away from British India, by the time of the third war inwhich resulted in the total annexation of Burma, other factors were at play.

The First Anglo-Burmese war was fought. Lord Amherst At the end of the First Anglo-Burmese War () akom Empire, Burma, and the Burmese government controlled area of Manipur was merged with the rule of the giants of the East India Company. The Third Anglo-Burmese War, also known as the Third Burma War, was a conflict that took place during 7–29 Novemberwith sporadic resistance and insurgency continuing into It was the final of three wars fought in the 19th century between the Burmese and the war saw the loss of sovereignty of an independent Burma under the Konbaung Dynasty, whose rule had already been.The Origins of the Second Anglo-Burmese War () OLIVER B.

POLLAK University of California, Los Angeles HISTORICAL accounts of the Second Anglo-Burmese War () emphasize national bias, monocausality and events immediately preced-ing the outbreak of hostilities. Asian historians find Europeans culpable.The first war with the British formally ended in with the Treaty of Yandabo, with the coastal provinces of Arakan and Tanintharyi ("Tenasserim") being annexed to British rule and Mawlamyine ("Moulmein") established as the Brititsh colonial capital.

Inthe second Second Anglo-Burmese War concluded with the annexation of the Bago Region to what became known as Lower or "British" Burma.

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