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Aung San (1915–1947)  

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Aung San (1915–1947) by unknown photographer © Popperfoto


Aung San (1915–1947), politician in Burma  

S. R. Ashton

Aung San (1915–1947), politician in Burma, was born on 13 February 1915 at Natmauk, a small town in the Magwe district of central Burma, the youngest of nine children of U Pha, lawyer, and his wife, Daw Su. A sickly child but a gifted student, he was educated as a novice in a Buddhist monastic school and then at a high school to which he won a government scholarship. He was already interested in politics and adept at public speaking when he went to ...


Cover Ne Win (1911–2002)

Ne Win (1911–2002)  


Ne Win (1911–2002) by unknown photographer, 1958 Getty Images


Ne Win (1911–2002), military ruler of Burma  

R. H. Taylor

Ne Win (1911–2002), military ruler of Burma, was born Shu Maung on 14 May 1911 in Paungdale, central Burma, the son of Po Kha, a revenue surveyor, and his wife, Mi Le. His father's home was said to be a frequent stop for touring nationalist politicians despite his employment by the British colonial government. Having attended ...