BRITISH COLONIALISM AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN JOHOR MONARCHY

@article{Turnbull2009BRITISHCA,
  title={BRITISH COLONIALISM AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN JOHOR MONARCHY},
  author={C. M. Turnbull},
  journal={Indonesia and the Malay World},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={227 - 248}
}
  • C. Turnbull
  • Published 16 October 2009
  • History
  • Indonesia and the Malay World
The fortunes of modern Johor were more closely interwoven with British colonialism for a longer period of time than those of any other state in the peninsula. The experience of Johor's ruling house was in many ways unique, but it also throws light on the evolution of the Malay monarchy in general during the British imperial era. This article focuses on three pivotal points: the making and effect of the treaties of 1819–1824, 1855 and 1885.The British and Malays approached these treaties with… 

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