The King of Thailand in world focus: articles and images from the international press 1946-2006
Editions Didier Millet, Jan 1, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages
This is a unique and comprehensive chronicle of King Bhumibol Adulyade), the King of Thailand, as seen through the eyes of foreign journalists and photographers. The account spans eight decades-from his birth and relatively carefree childhood, to tragedy and sudden responsibility, through his formative years amidst domestic and regional turbulence, into his maturity as a champion of the have-nots and a king much admired and loved by his people.
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Cremation of King Ananda Mahidol Marriage Coronation
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