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16 hours ago, Yinn said:

wrong. 
We do history a lot. Thai history. 
Not interested in farang history much. Boring.
I think farang not interested in Thai history. 

Maybe you not understand. eg We have 34 war with Burma. I sure you not know about that. We win most. 

Compare us together now. Burma is third world. Maybe because the British “help” them so much. Similar Laos and Cambodia, the French “help” them. Pfffftt

I thought you were supposed to stop trolling?

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47 minutes ago, Bluesofa said:

I thought you were supposed to stop trolling?


 

17 hours ago, gummy said:

Thais don't do history

You want me to agree with stupid post? So stupid thing to say. Many movie, lakorn, history class at school, public holiday a lot for history. Everyday Thais do history. 

This thread about history. I start it right.
 

trolling is Yinn not agree with false information? 
 

ok. Thailand have no history.
Yinn must agree the English old gang talk fake thing? 
This my thread, but the same 5 old English guy try hijack every thread I make. Obsession.
Look yorself.

pffft

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11 minutes ago, Yinn said:


 

You want me to agree with stupid post? So stupid thing to say. Many movie, lakorn, history class at school, public holiday a lot for history. Everyday Thais do history. 

This thread about history. I start it right.
 

trolling is Yinn not agree with false information? 
 

ok. Thailand have no history.
Yinn must agree the English old gang talk fake thing? 
This my thread, but the same 5 old English guy try hijack every thread I make. Obsession.
Look yorself.

pffft

Every country has a history, but I think the history that has shaped the world is more important than  countries with minimal creative  history.

For me, it's the countries that gave us the industrial revolution, the technology that gave us electricity, communication, maps etc. The explorers, adventurers that made it all happen. 😊

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40 minutes ago, Transam said:

Every country has a history, but I think the history that has shaped the world is more important than  countries with minimal creative  history.

For me, it's the countries that gave us the industrial revolution, the technology that gave us electricity, communication, maps etc. The explorers, adventurers that made it all happen. 😊

So why you move to Ubon? 55555555
 

Thailand one of the only country independent. Romans not take us, same they take over England. You lucky Thailand have great warrior because if not have them, you now live in Cambodia. 
 

The Phuket farangs will be in Burma if not because of warrior Chan and Mook.

Here some more history for you...

https://www.hotels.com/go/thailand/phuket-heroines-monument

I notice you join Yinn “follower” group. 
thankyou. 

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1 minute ago, Yinn said:

So why you move to Ubon? 55555555
 

Thailand one of the only country independent. Romans not take us, same they take over England. You lucky Thailand have great warrior because if not have them, you now live in Cambodia. 
 

The Phuket farangs will be in Burma if not because of warrior Chan and Mook.

Here some more history for you...

https://www.hotels.com/go/thailand/phuket-heroines-monument

I notice you join Yinn “follower” group. 
thankyou. 

What has where one lives got to do with world history....? 🤔

 Now I know you have a problem with farangs living in LOS, you tell us at every opportunity, but perhaps you could tell us more about LOS history that has made an impact on the world as a whole.

Could be interesting, go for it.

PS. You can waive assembly of foreign countries products and the Pattaya scene..

 

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Shame that the Romans - or the French - didn't 'take' Thailand.  It's cuisine could have been more varied.

 

Vietnam and Cambodia have certainly benefited from such culinary influences.

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1 hour ago, gummy said:

Isn't that why that person was banned on "the other side" ?

Snitch.

No. Reason I ban is because Rooster lie about translation the news and I show that. Many times. I proof that many times. Rimmer agree, ask him stop, but he not. 
 

I invite Roster sue me. 
 

This forum news translation is very good. Really. 
 

Actually I the most popular one there. The member love me, vote me the best only 4 month. Landslide winner, same Yingluck. Never loose.
 

Anyway, her some more history for people interested in this thread. Not for the people obsession Yinn. 
 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Chaimai said:

Shame that the Romans - or the French - didn't 'take' Thailand.  It's cuisine could have been more varied.

Vietnam and Cambodia have certainly benefited from such culinary influences.

I think if you ask the Vietnam and Cambodia people they will disagree. 
French is so cruel for them. Animals.
 

Low knowledge post really. 

Can ask Yinn. Because Yinn know everything history.


Whatever economic progress Vietnam made under the French after 1900 benefited only the French and the small class of wealthy Vietnamese created by the colonial regime. The masses of the Vietnamese people were deprived of such benefits by the social policies inaugurated by Doumer and maintained even by his more liberal successors, such as Paul Beau (1902–07), Albert Sarraut (1911–14 and 1917–19), and Alexandre Varenne (1925–28).

 

Apologists for the colonial regime claimed that French rule led to vast improvements in medical care, education, transport, and communications. The statistics kept by the French, however, appear to cast doubt on such assertions. In 1939, for example, no more than 15 percent of all school-age children received any kind of schooling, and about 80 percent of the population was illiterate, in contrast to precolonial times when the majority of the people possessed some degree of literacy.

 

link https://www.britannica.com/place/Vietnam/Effects-of-French-colonial-rule
 

Similar to British takeover in Burma, Malaysia. And Holland in Indonesia. 
Selfish and cruel bully. Rape and stolen. So much.

 

Lucky Thailand not be like that. 

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This topic like others is soon to be locked if @Yinn and @Transam cannot stop their petty bickering and off topic personal comments. If you cannot put and end to it, we will.

You've both been previously advised to use the 'ignore' option.

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7 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Some more Thai history photos. 
 

Yinn thank you for posting some very interesting videos of Thailand past, most enjoyable.

Yet i must say 1 thing, enough of the stupid bickering, point scoring, it detracts from the good things you have posted, stop please.

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1 hour ago, Yinn said:


 

The Phuket farangs will be in Burma if not because of warrior Chan and Mook.

 

 

Siamese Army in Laos During Franco-Siamese War of 1895

 

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5 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Siamese Army in Laos During Franco-Siamese War of 1895

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Another won they appear to have lost according to wiki.

 

The Siamese agreed to cede Laos to France, significantly expanding French Indochina. In 1896, France signed a treaty with Britain defining the border between Laos and British territory in Upper Burma. The Kingdom of Laos became a protectorate, initially placed under the Governor General of Indochina in Hanoi. Pavie, who almost single-handedly brought Laos under French rule, saw to the officialization in Hanoi.

The French and British both had strong interests in controlling parts of Indochina. Twice in the 1890s, they were on the verge of war over two different routes leading to Yunnan.[citation needed] But several difficulties discouraged them from war. The geography of the land made troop movements difficult, making warfare more costly and less effective. Both countries were fighting a difficult conflict within their respective colonies.[citation needed] Malaria was common and deadly. Ultimately, the imagined trade routes never really came into use. In 1904, the French and the British put aside their many differences with the Entente Cordiale, ending this dispute in southeastern Asia.

France continued to occupy Chanthaburi and Trat up until 1907, when Siam ceded to it the provinces of Battambang, Siem Reap and Sisophon

 

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6 minutes ago, colinneil said:

Yinn thank you for posting some very interesting videos of Thailand past, most enjoyable.

Yet i must say 1 thing, enough of the stupid bickering, point scoring, it detracts from the good things you have posted, stop please.

Thanks. 
ok. 
wish they not hijack every thread I do. Boring. For what?
I will try find some more English language one for everybody. 
Maybe Korat for you. Korat is interesting history. Where the Issan people and the central people mix a lot.

Nice people from there. Friendly. Except one man called Prayut. I not like him.

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On 9/8/2021 at 10:19 AM, gummy said:

Interesting those too.   Do you have any videos from 1941 showing the Japanese arriving by any chance ?

The Thai "Free Thai" movement, opposing the Japanese .

Early 1940's

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1 minute ago, Yinn said:

Thanks. 
ok. 
wish they not hijack every thread I do. Boring. For what?
I will try find some more English language one for everybody. 
Maybe Korat for you. Korat is interesting history. Where the Issan people and the central people mix a lot.

Nice people from there. Friendly. Except one man called Prayut. I not like him.

Well Phitsanulok is not so good because that is where Prayut's bad brother lives now

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24 minutes ago, colinneil said:

Yinn thank you for posting some very interesting videos of Thailand past, most enjoyable.

Here one from 1936 year ago Korat. Sorry, is Thai language, the school, market  people etc. 

Maybe your wife enjoy same and can translate for you.
Photo number 10 very handsome!!!! Wow.

 

And this one video Korat in 1965. Quite good.

 

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Just now, Fluke said:

Free Thai movement Bangkok early 1940's 

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Now they were the people who should be honoured along with around the 30,000 local people estimated to have been killed by the Japanese for trying to help the allied prisoners in Kanchanaburi.

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1 hour ago, Yinn said:

I think if you ask the Vietnam and Cambodia people they will disagree. 
French is so cruel for them. Animals.
 

Low knowledge post really. 

Can ask Yinn. Because Yinn know everything history.


Whatever economic progress Vietnam made under the French after 1900 benefited only the French and the small class of wealthy Vietnamese created by the colonial regime. The masses of the Vietnamese people were deprived of such benefits by the social policies inaugurated by Doumer and maintained even by his more liberal successors, such as Paul Beau (1902–07), Albert Sarraut (1911–14 and 1917–19), and Alexandre Varenne (1925–28).

Apologists for the colonial regime claimed that French rule led to vast improvements in medical care, education, transport, and communications. The statistics kept by the French, however, appear to cast doubt on such assertions. In 1939, for example, no more than 15 percent of all school-age children received any kind of schooling, and about 80 percent of the population was illiterate, in contrast to precolonial times when the majority of the people possessed some degree of literacy.

link https://www.britannica.com/place/Vietnam/Effects-of-French-colonial-rule
 

Similar to British takeover in Burma, Malaysia. And Holland in Indonesia. 
Selfish and cruel bully. Rape and stolen. So much.

 

Lucky Thailand not be like that. 

 

1 hour ago, Yinn said:

I think if you ask the Vietnam and Cambodia people they will disagree. 
French is so cruel for them. Animals.
 

Low knowledge post really. 

Can ask Yinn. Because Yinn know everything history.


Whatever economic progress Vietnam made under the French after 1900 benefited only the French and the small class of wealthy Vietnamese created by the colonial regime. The masses of the Vietnamese people were deprived of such benefits by the social policies inaugurated by Doumer and maintained even by his more liberal successors, such as Paul Beau (1902–07), Albert Sarraut (1911–14 and 1917–19), and Alexandre Varenne (1925–28).

Apologists for the colonial regime claimed that French rule led to vast improvements in medical care, education, transport, and communications. The statistics kept by the French, however, appear to cast doubt on such assertions. In 1939, for example, no more than 15 percent of all school-age children received any kind of schooling, and about 80 percent of the population was illiterate, in contrast to precolonial times when the majority of the people possessed some degree of literacy.

link https://www.britannica.com/place/Vietnam/Effects-of-French-colonial-rule
 

Similar to British takeover in Burma, Malaysia. And Holland in Indonesia. 
Selfish and cruel bully. Rape and stolen. So much.

 

Lucky Thailand not be like that. 

 

 

I was just talking about food.

 

 

But, as regards history, I am pleased about the 13 successful coups that have helped to shape Thailand..

 

That way can keep out thieves like Shinawatras and keep in good men from military.

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4 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Chiang Rai 1935+

I have serious question for you. Why is it when looking at those old clips you posted that generally people, the men especially seemed to me better dressed then today ?

 Looking at those videos it seems that horrible jeans and tacky T shirts  I see being worn everyday and everywhere were not started to be worn until  2515 onwards, around 50 years ago.  

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