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Skeleton map of India

event1899

location_onMyanmar

On this map of India, Burma (Myanmar) is divided into two regions: ‘British Burma’—under British colonial rule after the Second Anglo-Burmese War (1852)—and Upper Burma (labelled ‘Burma’), under British rule after the Third Anglo-Burmese War (1885).

Burma and adjacent countries: With additions and corrections to boundaries and railways up to December, 1898

event1898

location_onMyanmar, Thailand

The regional and national borders of Burma and Siam are hand-coloured on this map. Provinces, districts and states within Burma are also highlighted, and itemised in a separate list.

India shewing railways

event1894

location_onMyanmar

This map of India and Burma (Myanmar) shows railways, and railways sanctioned or under construction. Other maps in this series show the same area in different years of the 1890s.

India shewing railways

event1893

location_onMyanmar

This map of India and Burma (Myanmar) shows railways, and railways sanctioned or under construction. Other maps in this series show the same area in different years of the 1890s.

Map to illustrate the Siamese question: showing the present limits of French claims, and the additional territory now demanded

event1893

location_onCambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam

Map highlighting areas of eastern Siam (Thailand) claimed by France. Notes describe Siam’s geography, government, population, military and trade (rice, teak, pepper, bullocks, fish, hides, tin, cardamom, tin), including trading partners by tonnage.

Burma and adjacent countries

event1892

location_onMyanmar, Thailand

The regional and national borders of Burma and Siam are hand-coloured on this map. Provinces, districts and states within Burma are also highlighted, and itemised in a separate list.

Burma and adjacent countries

event1892

location_onMyanmar, Thailand

The regional and national borders of Burma and Siam are hand-coloured on this map. Provinces, districts and states within Burma are also highlighted, and itemised in a separate list.

The external trade routes of India: with tables showing the amount and value of the principal exports and imports of the chief Indian sea ports and frontier states

event1886

location_onMyanmar, Thailand

This map of the trade routes of India includes Burma (Myanmar) and part of Siam (Thailand). The Rangoon and Irrawaddy Valley State Railway is marked. There are tables showing the values of imports and exports for each area, listed by produce type.

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