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Océan Indien


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A nautical chart of the Indian Ocean showing bathymetry (sea depth), including in great detail around the seas and straits of Southeast Asia.

Map of the Kingdom of Siam and its dependencies


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Map of the Kingdom of Siam, featuring mountains, rivers and villages, and surrounded by a yellow border (the border with Upper Burma and China in the north is undefined). The southern part of Siam is shown on an inset map of the Malay Peninsula.

Malay, or East Indian Archipelago, with Burmah, Siam &c.


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On this map of Southeast Asia, numerous small islands, shoals and reefs are marked and named, especially in the South China Sea and around the Sunda and Maluku islands. Submarine cables to carry telegraph messages around the region are also shown.

[Map of India]



This four-sheet map of India—featuring an inset map of Burma (Myanmar) —was created for use in Indian schools by Devendranath Dhar, a self-taught Calcutta-based mapmaker. He sent it to the Royal Asiatic Society for advice on publication.

India, Burmah and the adjacent parts of Beluchistan, Afghanistan, Turkestan, the Chinese Empire, and Siam


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British Burma is shown on the right of this two-sheet map of India. The green areas had come under British rule after the first and second Anglo-Burmese wars, with Upper Burma (light brown) being incorporated after the Third Anglo-Burmese War (1885).

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


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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.

A sketch map of the East Indian possessions of the Netherlands


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Produced by the Intelligence Branch of the British War Office, this map shows Dutch colonial territories in maritime Southeast Asia, and their political and military divisions in Java and Madura. British and Spanish territories are also marked.

Burma: with parts of India, China, and Siam


location_onMyanmar, Laos, Thailand

Map of Burma labelled with indigenous peoples (uppercase red text) and products (salt, copper, tea, rubies, coal, rubber, petroleum, marble, jade, silver) of each area. It also marks two journeys by the explorer J. Annan Bryce, and proposed railways.

A map of the prevailing languages and dialects of India and its borders


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A late 19th century map showing the languages and dialects spoken in and around India, including regions of Siam, Burma and Malaya. The regions are colour-coded by language and bordered by red lines to indicate different dialects.

Map of Annam and Cambodia showing country under French protectorate


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Map showing the French protectorate territories of mainland Southeast Asia: Annam, Tongking and French Cochin China (modern Vietnam) and Cambodia. Some parts of Siam (Thailand) and Laos are also shown.

A Map of South Eastern Asia from Peking to Singapore... with an enlarged plan of the environs of Hanoi, on the Red River


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Map of East Asia, with British colonial possessions—Burma, Straits Settlements, Labuan and British North Borneo—highlighted with red borders. There is also an inset map of the Red River (Hong River) running through Hanoi, Vietnam.

Map of China, Tonquin and Cochin-China, with a chart extending from China to western Europe


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Two maps, one of which features mainland Southeast Asia: Anam (Tonquin and Cochin China) in red, Lower Cochin China in green, Cambodia in yellow, and Siam in white. An inset map shows maritime routes between Europe and Asia.