Objects & Places from Burmese Days

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Burma - A region of India formerly a colonial possession of the English Empire, currently known as Myanmar.

Kyauktada - A small town in Burma with a population of four thousand. A backwater until 1910, it was selected as a District Headquarters and also received a rail terminus.

Burmese Patriot - A small local newspaper printed in Burmese and English, with poor production quality, printed on paper of the lowest grade.

Kyauktada European Club - The social hub of Kyauktada and therefore of prime political significance, it boasts only seven exclusively English members as subjects which are now under debate.

Pagodas - Pagodas are religious structures of worship akin to Buddhist shrines, sometimes built as atonement for sin.

Betel - A mixture of leaves and other materials frequently chewed by Burmese individuals, notably U Po Kyin.

White Man's Burden - The title of an English language poem by...

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