Routes in upper Burma, including the Chin Hills and Shan States, to which are added a number of routes leading from lower Burma and Siam into those districts, Volume 2
Cultural Pub. House, 1983 - History - 1195 pages
Compiled from survey reports, maps, records of travellers, and personal investigation.
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