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Čhaophrayā ʻAphaiphūbēt (Chum) : čhaomư̄ang Phratabō̜ng khon sutthāi tai pokkhrō̜ng Sayām / Wīrasak Čhansongsǣng
เจ้าพระยาอภัยภูเบศร (ชุ่ม) : เจ้าเมืองพระตะบองคนสุดท้ายใต้ปกครองสยาม / วีระศักดิ์ จันทร์ส่งแสง
Bib ID 6615566
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Wīrasak Čhansongsǣng, author
วีระศักดิ์ จันทร์ส่งแสง, author
 
Edition Phim khrang rǣk. 
พิมพ์ครั้งแรก. 
Description Krung Thēp : Yipsī Samnakphim, 2557 [2014] 
กรุงเทพฯ : ยิปชี สำนักพิมพ์, 2557 
203, 4 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 21 cm 
ISBN 9786163012463
Series

Thai collection history of Southeast Asia

Summary

Biography of Chaophraya Aphaiphubet (Chum), the last Thai governor of Bătdâmbâng in Cambodia.

Notes

Cover title.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 206-207)

In Thai.

Subjects ʻAphaiphūbēt Čhaophrayā, 1861-1922.  |  Governors -- Thailand -- Biography.  |  Thailand -- History -- 1782-1945.  |  Bătdâmbâng (Cambodia) -- History -- 1863-1953.
อภัยภูเบศร เจ้าพระยา, 1861-1922.

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