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"Robert Taylor, one of the most prominent scholars in Myanmar studies, has written an illuminating study of Ne Win, the most enigmatic and. Ships from and sold by General Ne Win: A Political Biography Paperback – May 29, Robert H. Taylor is Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. Robert H. Taylor (Center for Greater China Studies, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, China). Review Number: /1; Review Subject: General Ne Win: A Political Biography Robert H. Taylor; Publisher Name: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS); Place of Publication: Singapore; Publication Year.
23 Nov Robert H Taylor, General Ne Win: A Political Biography, (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, ). Reviewed by Frank Milne. Ne Win, the dictator of Burma from to , looms large in the nation's modern history and memory. With historic free and fair elections – the first in 25 years. 11 Jan Volume 46, - Issue 2. Published online: 25 Jan book review. Robert H. Taylor. General Ne Win: A Political Biography · T. Alun Evans. Asian Affairs. Volume 47, - Issue 3. Published online: 24 Oct book review. China's Statistical System: Three Decades of Change and Transformation. By Bertil Lintner 28 June “As for the control of civil disturbances, I have to inform the people throughout the country that when the army shoots, it shoots to hit; it does not fire into the air to scare,” said Burma's dictator Ne Win when he announced his resignation as chairman of the then-ruling Burma Socialist Programme.
17 Jul U Ne Win was a Burmese military general who staged a coup and ruled his country from until Learn more about his life and career at Biography. com. Burmese military and political leader U Ne Win was born Shu Maung on May 24, , in Paungdale, Myanmar. The son of a government. General Ne Win has 1 rating and 1 review. Carlos said: The book reads basically like an endless enumeration of meetings, trips and tours directly taken f. On 31 January , Ne Win was appointed Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces ( Tatmadaw) and given total control of the army, replacing General Smith Dun, an ethnic Karen. He rebuilt and restructured the armed forces along the ruling Socialist Party's political lines, but the country was still split and the government was.