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RE-EXAMINING THE 1948 REVOLT OF THE MALAYAN COMMUNIST PARTY IN MALAYA

@inproceedings{Chin2009REEXAMININGT1,
  title={RE-EXAMINING THE 1948 REVOLT OF THE MALAYAN COMMUNIST PARTY IN MALAYA},
  author={Carol C. Chin},
  year={2009}
}
This paper brings forward the idea of MCP’s plan for the revolt by examining various MCP documents at that time and oral history records of several important senior MCP cadres in order to determine its rationale. The MCP original document, especially those resolutions passed during the Central Committee Meetings suggest that the MCP did have a plan for revolt. An analytical approach of the MCP documents will help to determine whether the action taken by the MCP was simply an inevitable action… Expand
Legacies of the Cold War in Malaysia: Anything but Communism
ABSTRACT Malaya’s anti-communist Emergency of 1948–1960 demonstrated the lengths to which elites – first British colonial, then local – were prepared to go to combat communism’s advance domestically.Expand
Darurat atau “Perang Kolonial” 1948 di Tanah Melayu: Satu Perbahasan Berdasarkan Beberapa Aliran Pemikiran dan Perspektif (Emergency or “Colonial War” 1948 in Malaya: A Debate Based on Several Schools of Thought and Perspectives)
  • Azmi Arifin
  • History
  • KEMANUSIAAN The Asian Journal of Humanities
  • 2019
This study examines the various interpretations by historians about the major factors that led to the declaration of emergency by the British in Malaya in 1948. The main purpose of this study is toExpand

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