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Sayyid Dynasty

  1. Sayyid dynasty were rulers (c.
  2. The Sayyid dynasty were rulers ( c.


  1. The name "Langkasuka" was also mentioned in Malay and Javanese chronicles.

Sikh Empire

  1. The Sikh empire was inscensed by the murder of their protege and invaded the state.


  1. Also highly regarded is Siyasatnama, by Nizam al-Mulk, a famous Persian vizier.
  2. In 1903, Berar was leased to the Nizam of Hyderabad by the British East India Company in return of the debt.


  1. Motorola is a global leader in providing integrated communications solutions and embedded electronics solutions.
  2. Motorola was chosen as one of the suppliers to China Mobile’s GPRS network last year.

Middle East

  1. Middle East is a historical and political region of Africa-Eurasia with no clear boundaries.
  2. The Middle East is a historical and political region of Africa-Eurasia with no clear boundaries.
  3. The Middle East is a historical and political region of Afro-Eurasia with no clear boundaries.
  4. The Middle East is a major challenge for both the United States and Europe.
  5. The Middle East is a political and cultural subregion of Eurasia or of Afro-Eurasia.


  1. Margu (Greek Margiana) was a satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire, mentioned in the Behistun inscriptions of ca.
  2. This article is based on the article " Margu " of the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
  3. Results 1 to 8 of about 8 for " margu " " asian history " .


  1. Malerkotla is a city and a municipal council in Sangrur district in the Indian state of Punjab.


  1. Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy and is governed under the constitution of 1957 as amended.
  2. Malaysia is a federal constitutional elective monarchy.
  3. Malaysia is a large producer of rubber and tin; palm oil, crude petroleum and petroleum products, electronics, textiles, and timber are also important.
  4. Malaysia is a multi-ethnic society, consisting of 65% Malays and other indigenous tribes, 25% Chinese, 7% Indians.
  5. Malaysia is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multilingual society.


  1. Malacca was an important trading port.
  2. Malacca was the foremost trading port at the time in Southeast Asia.


  1. Magadha was an ancient kingdom of India, mentioned in both the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.
  2. Magadha was ruled by four Kanva rulers.


  1. Alternate theories on the origin of the word "China" exist.
  2. China is a communist state.
  3. China is a member of a number of international associations, including the United Nations, UNESCO, and the World Health Organization.
  4. China is a one-party state, with real power lying with the Chinese Communist party.
  5. China is a sister site of and complementary to the IGCS - History .


  1. The word "Annexation" implys legal because this name is based on Japan-Korea annexation treaty.
  2. And the scholar's use the word "Annexation" in comittee.
  3. If Korean couldn't reach it was illegal, we, English speaker, still have to use the word "Annexation".

Battle of Assaye

  1. The Battle of Assaye occurred September 23, 1803 near the village of Assaye in south-central India.
  2. This battle provides the backdrop for the book Sharpe's Triumph: Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Assaye, September 1803.
  3. A final note about Cornwell's description of the Battle of Assaye, which Wellington called his greatest victory.

Ly Nam De

  1. Ly Nam De's imperial forces were caught off guard.
  2. This latter will be a real, true hero in Vietnam's history and who will eventually succeed to Ly Nam De as ruler in 548.
  3. By early 548, Ly Nam De suffered from serious diseases and died in Laos while fighting the Chinese forces.

Lahore Conference

  1. Results 1 to 3 of about 3 for " lahore conference " " asian history " .
  2. Discover information and deals on lahore conference asian history today.


  1. Korea was liberated from the Japanese by the Allied victory that ended World War II in 1945.
  2. The modern English name "Korea" derives from the medieval Korean kingdom of Goryeo, which in turn took its name from "Goguryeo".
  3. Korea was colonized not by Western imperialist powers in the late 1800s and early 1900s but by Japan, an Asian imperialist power.
  4. Korea was previously viewed as a vassal state of China, by the Chinese govt.
  5. Korea was again invaded in 1627 and 1636 by the Manchus, a nomadic people from continental Asia, who forced Korea to pay tribute to the Manchu king.


  1. Kishangarh is the name of a town in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
  2. Kishangarh was the capital of the eponymous princely state during the British Raj, which was located in the Rajputana agency.

Kingdom of Tungning

  1. The Kingdom of Tungning (------------; pinyin: D--ngn--ng W--nggu-- ) was the first Han Chinese government to exist on Taiwan, between 1661 and 1683.
  2. Advocates of Taiwanese independence have, in turn, focused on the fact that the Kingdom of Tungning was the first independent Taiwanese state.

Kingdom of Mataram

  1. Kingdom of Mataram is a myth created by British scholars.


  1. Kediri was a Hindu kingdom based in East Java from 1045 to 1221.
  2. Kediri was an Indianized kingdom based in eastern Java from 1042 to around 1222.


  1. Kapitan is also a military rank of the Polish Army, roughly equivalent to the rank of Captain in armed forces of other states.

Kanva Dynasty

  1. The Sungas were succeeded by the Kanva dynasty around 73 BCE.
  2. Following the collapse of the Kanva dynasty, the Satavahana dynasty of the Andhra kingdom replaced the Magadha kingdom as the most powerful Indian state.

Kalinga War

  1. Ashoka's response to the Kalinga War is recorded in the Edicts of Ashoka.
  2. According to Buddhist legends about the life of Ashoka, the Kalinga War prompted Ashoka to convert to Buddhism.
  3. Results 1 to 5 of about 5 for " kalinga war " " asian history " .

Java War

  1. The Java War was fought in Java between 1825 and 1830 .


  1. See also Hong Taiji Jasagh   This article related to Central Asian history is a stub.
  2. A jasagh (------------, or ------------ ------: ---------- - Power, Authority) was the head of a Mongol banner during the Qing Dynasty.
  3. Results 1 to 3 of about 3 for " jasagh " " asian history " .

Japanese Twenty-Fifth Army

  1. The Japanese Twenty-Fifth Army was the Japanese force that invaded and conquered the British colony of Malaya in late 1941 and early 1942.


  1. Japan is a series of islands—the group consists of over 3000 islands of which 600 are inhabited.
  2. Japan is a society awash in information.
  3. Japan is an archipelago, or a group of islands, about 100 miles east of theAsian mainland.
  4. Japan was affected because its economy is prominent in the region.
  5. Japan was cut off from the technology of continental Asia.


  1. Indonesia is a constitutional republic with an elected president, an elected parliament, and an appointed judiciary.
  2. Indonesia is a subject of interest to me, so I thought I'd try helping with this site.
  3. Indonesia is the world-s fourth most populous country after China, India, and the United States.
  4. Indonesia is the world-s leading exporter of plywood.
  5. Indonesia was more seriously affected by the Asian economic crisis than were its neighbors.


  1. The Hephthalites were defeated in 565 CE by a coalition of Persian and Turkish armies, and most of the realm fell to those Empires.
  2. The Hephthalites were destroyed in 565 AD by a combination of Sassanid and K--k-Turk forces.
  3. The Hephthalites were the most powerful of these nomad groups in the sixth and seventh century and controlled much of the region.

Hansan Island

  1. Wakizaka took the bait and his ships chased Yi's six panoksons through the channel and into the broad open sea in front of Hansan Island.
  2. Admiral Yi's victory at Hansan Island effectively ended Hideyoshi's dreams of conquering Ming China, which was his original goal in invading Korea.
  3. The Battle of Hansan Island not only annihilated the Japanese fleet, it destroyed the vital materiel needed by generals Konishi and Kato in the north.


  1. Hangul was adopted in official documents for the first time in 1894 after the independence of Korea from Sino.
  2. Hangul was later standardized in publications such as the standardized system of Hangul on 29 October 1933.
  3. Hangul was promulgated by the fourth king of the Joseon Dynasty, Sejong the Great.


  1. Gurkhan was a Mongol title meaning "chief of Khans" and roughly equivalent to the older word khagan.
  2. Jamuka declared against Temuchin in 1201, when he was elected "Gurkhan".

Goryeong Gaya

  1. Goryeong Gaya was one of the lesser chiefdoms of the Gaya confederacy during the Korean Three Kingdoms period.


  1. Results 1 to 5 of about 5 for " gisaeng " " asian history " .
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  1. See also Gedrosia (satrapy)  This Balochistan location article is a stub.
  2. Thewordbook is a comprehensive encyclopedia and a reference search engine, in which you have found this entry about Gedrosia.

Gangga Negara

  1. Gangga Negara was renamed to Beruas after the establishment of Islam there.

Galang Refugee Camp

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Freedom At Midnight

  1. Freedom at Midnight is a long book considering the relatively short time period covered.
  2. Freedom at Midnight is an intimate account of the reasoning of these historical figures that lead to the independence and division of India.

First Anglo-Afghan War

  1. The First Anglo-Afghan war was depicted in a work of historical fiction, Flashman by George MacDonald Fraser.

Fa Khai

  1. Fa Khai was the king of Lan Xang from 1430 until 1433 .


  1. Extractions: The British struck upon an ingenious way to reduce a huge trade deficit.
  2. Extractions: The Internet provides vast resources of many kinds for students of history.
  3. Extractions: to see a larger slide image.

Encomienda System

  1. The encomienda system was introduced to the Philippines when Legazpi started to apportion lands to Spaniards who helped enrich Spain.
  2. The encomienda system was a trusteeship labor system used during the Spanish colonization of the Americas.
  3. The encomienda system was established by the Crown of Castile in May 1493.


  1. Encomienda is a system of forced labor, whereby indigenous peoples are "entrusted" in the care of Spanish colonists in the New World.
  2. Encomienda is a thrift-store junkie.
  3. Encomienda were a reward of the King of Spain to Spaniards who acted for the benefit of the name of Spain.

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