Imperial security and Moslem militancy, with special reference to the Hertogh riots in Singapore (December 1950)

After briefly overviewing British imperial strategy between 1945-51, Moslem militancy and the stability of colonial Malaya between 1945-48, the author describes the background of Maria Hertogh or Nadra riots and their aftermath. Repercussions of the crisis upon Britain's relations with Moslems...

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Published in:Journal of Southeast Asian studies
Main Author: Stockwell, A. J.
Format: Print Article
Language:English
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Published: 1986
In:Journal of Southeast Asian studies
Year: 1986, Volume: 17, Issue: 2, Pages: 322-335
Further subjects:B Great Britain
B Nationalism
B Singapore
B Islam
B Malaysia Islam Muslime Kolonialzeit Nationalism Kolonialpolitik Vereinigtes Königreich Singapore Politische Unruhen
B Colonialism
B Riot
B Malaysia
B Muslim
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Summary:After briefly overviewing British imperial strategy between 1945-51, Moslem militancy and the stability of colonial Malaya between 1945-48, the author describes the background of Maria Hertogh or Nadra riots and their aftermath. Repercussions of the crisis upon Britain's relations with Moslems inside Malaya and with key Islamic states. (DÜI-Sen)
ISSN:0022-4634
Contains:In: Journal of Southeast Asian studies