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[Thai politics 2011- : Thai ephemera material collected by the National Library of Australia]
Bib ID 6217148
Format BookBook [text, still image, sheet, volume]
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Description [Thailand : various socio-political groups, 2011-] 
folders of miscellaneous pieces. 
Series

Thai collection political sciences

Technical Details

video file : VCD video 

Summary

Materials issued by various socio-political groups such as Protect Siam Organization, V for Thailand, People's Democratic Force to Overthrow Thaksinism, People's Democratic Reform Committee, United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship, 14 October Foundation, 112 Family Network. They include booklets, stickers, handouts, as well as objects such as T-shirts, badges, bandannas, flags, whistles, plus some VCDs.

Notes

Text mainly in Thai; several items have text in English and German.

Subjects Printed ephemera - Thailand.  |  Campaign paraphernalia - Thailand.  |  Political collectibles - Thailand.  |  Thailand - Politics and government - 21st century.
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