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  • LC Classification: D802.T5 R49 2005
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Khabåuan Såeråi Thai
    • World War, 1939-1945--Underground movements--Thailand
    • Thailand--History--20th century
    • Thailand--Foreign relations--United States
    • United States--Foreign relations--Thailand

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Index




Abdurrahman Wahid, 434

Acheson, Dean, 394, 403, 415, 421–22

Adams, A. C. S., 96, 145, 405

Adun Adundetcharat, 211, 213, 214–15, 247–49, 250–51, 252, 257, 267, 269, 270–71, 281, 282, 305, 312, 337–38, 356, 400, 425, 427

Allen, A. Stewart, 134

Allman, Norwood, F., 64

Alsop, Stewart, 375

Amnuai Phunhiphat (Amnuey Poonphipatna), 254, 299, 303, 322, 355, 356

Anan Chintakanon (chintakanond), 35, 140, 142

Ananda Mahidol, King (Rama VIII), 2, 9, 37–39, 378, 418, 426

Andrew, Findlay, 106, 133–34

Anon na Phomphet (Anonda na Pombejara), 39, 113, 128–29, 132, 179, 182, 256, 358

Anond Siwatthana (Srivardhana), 220, 242, 262–64, 281, 433

Anstey, John, 309

Arida, Edward, 360

Arun (Aroon) Sorathet, 23, 194

Ashwell, P. C., 336, 349

Atcheson, George, 94, 130, 143, 144

Athit (Aditya), Prince, 227

Atlee, Clement, 394

Atthakit Phanomyong (Arthakiti Banomyong), 230, 233, 272

Auchinlek, Claude, 108, 109, 197

Ayut (Ayus) Issarasena, 254, 283–85

Baker, Kenneth, 33–34

Ballantine, Joseph, 137, 200, 266, 325, 393

Bandit Kantabut, 36, 140

Bannakon Kowit (Bannakorn Kovit), Luang, 234, 292

Bartlett, Eben B., Jr., 334–35

Bennatts, Gerald, 358

Bennett, Clarence W., 279–80, 294–96

Berle, Adolf A., Jr., 13–14, 17, 19–20, 21, 190, 201

Berno, Harry, 267, 316

Berrigan, Darrell, 410

Bevin, Ernest, 379, 394

Bird, Hugh R., 406, 408, 412, 414–15, 416

Bishop, Max, 230, 313, 378, 382, 388

Boatner, Haydon L., 56

Bocquet, Pierre, 185, 186, 283, 284

Boehl, Al, 220

bombing of Thailand, 296–97, 301–03, 304–05, 307, 316, 353–54

Booth, Waller, 323–24, 364

Bouverie, B. P., 203–04

Brailey, Nigel, 432

Brink, Francis G., 294, 309

Brinton, Dilworth, 385–86, 402, 410

Bruce, David K. E., 78, 101

Bryce-Smith, R. B., 99

Bulkley, Dwight, 273, 298, 385, 389, 411, 413, 414, 421

Bunliang Tamthai, 39, 167

Bunmak Thesabut (Bunmag Desaputra), 39, 141, 220, 226, 236, 242–43, 246, 247, 249–50, 251, 267, 270, 276, 277, 278, 281, 292, 293, 303, 333, 339

Bunrot (Boonrod) Binson, 39, 114, 128, 134, 165, 167, 184–85, 269

Bunsong Phungsunthon (Boonsong Phungsoondara), 289

Bunyen Sasirat (Sasiratna), 113, 167, 179, 180, 216, 217, 270–71, 282, 300

Bunyong Nikhrothanon (Boonyong Nikrodhananda), 254

Buomat Praphandyothin, 300

Bush, H. T., 359

Buxton, G. Edward “Ned”, 77–78, 133

Byrnes, James, 379

Calhoun, John D., 297–98

Carroll, John “Jack”, 358

Cawthorn, W. J., 78

Chakraphanpensiri Chakraphan, Prince, 22

Chalo Intaramban, 255

Chaloem Chittinan (Chalerm Chittinandhana), 224, 260–62

Chalong Pungtrakun (Pungtrakul), 254, 285, 322

Chamkat Phalangkun (Balankura), 80, 83, 86–94, 102–08, 124, 128–29, 130–32, 133–35, 146, 148, 153, 209, 386

Chamlong Daoruang, 363, 364

Chamrat Follett, 33, 39, 138, 139, 167, 179, 180, 187, 194, 256, 257, 419

Chamrun Disayanon (Chamroon Tishyananda), 114, 269

Chan Bunnak (Charn Bunnag), 234, 267, 277, 278, 427

Chan Sombunkhun, 298–99

Chan Suwannathap, 217, 218

Chanai Ruangsiri, 181

Charoen Watthanaphanit (Vadhanapanich), 254, 299, 336, 356, 433

Charok Losuwan (Jaroch Losuvalna), 254, 299, 360

Chat Nakrop, 289, 291

Chen Li-fu, 106

Chen, S. C., 65

Ch’en Shou-ming, 380

Cheng K’ai-min, 81, 102–03, 105, 122, 128, 134

Chennault, Claire, 57, 74, 151, 155, 163, 305

Cheston, Charles S., 240, 311, 318

Chiang Kai-shek, 3, 29, 52–54, 56–57, 69, 74, 91, 105, 125, 134, 143, 144, 155, 158, 268, 379, 440

Chiang Mei-ling, 169

Chiew, Chao (Prince), 169, 179, 182–83, 185–86, 257

China

   attitudes toward Great Britain, 52–54

   attitudes toward Thailand, 8, 20, 65–66, 69

   postwar relations with Thailand, 379–81

   Chinese in Southeast Asia, 3, 55, 64–65

Chintamai Amatayakun (Chintamaye Amatayakul), 114, 129, 133, 167

Chiridanai Kittiyakon (Kittiyakara), 289

Chok na Ranong, 28, 36, 113, 138–39, 167, 176–77, 179, 182–83, 185–87, 257, 269–70, 283

Chua Hunchamlong (Hoonchamlong), 299, 307

Chula Chakraphong (Chakrabongse), Prince, 23–24

Chungkeng Rinthakun (Rinthakul), 211

Churchill, Winston, 25, 50–51, 53, 70, 197, 198

Coast, John, 395–96, 435

Coedès, Georges, 87

Collins, “Gunner,”, 322, 363, 364

Coughlin, John

   Commander, Detachment, 202 156–57, 159, 162, 173, 174, 191–93, 195, 254, 268–69

   Commander, Detachment, 404 270, 279–80, 282–83, 289–90, 291–92, 293, 296–97, 302, 311, 314, 315–16, 318, 323–24, 326, 328, 337, 340–42, 344, 345, 348, 349, 351–52, 354–56, 366, 374–75, 382, 384, 390, 392–93, 395–96, 437

   in Burma, 45

Costa, Howard, 358, 367

Cranborne, Lord, 50

Crawford, C. S., 68

Crawley, Frank, 335

Crosby, Josiah, 4, 7, 19, 85, 89, 110, 196, 213, 232

Daeng Kunadilok (Dilaka), 123, 131–32, 133, 135, 142, 143–45, 174, 198–99, 200, 205–06, 208, 212, 227–30, 231, 233

Darling, Frank, 435

Davies, John P., 21, 60, 65, 71–72, 73, 75, 117, 119, 120–21, 127, 128–29, 148, 221, 225

Davies, Sarah Ann, 142

Deignon, Herbert, 220, 230, 259

Dennett, Tyler, 49

Dening, M. E., 145, 197, 231, 233, 234, 289, 291, 325, 369, 372–74, 378, 389, 391, 395, 397, 402–03, 404–05, 416–18, 419–20, 422–23, 425

Devlin, Francis T., 31, 32, 34, 35, 40, 41, 43, 45, 79, 105, 132, 139, 143–44

Dhani, Prince, 87

Direk Chayanam (Jayanama), 247, 249, 258, 289, 291, 304, 337, 367, 400, 424

Ditthakan Phakdi, Luang (Dithakar Bakdi), 11, 28, 130

Dolbeare, Frederick, 85, 128, 142, 205, 241, 266

Doll, W. A. M., 85

Donovan, William J.

   Asia trip, 1943 151–57

   Asia trip, January, 1945 270, 276–77

   Asia trip, August, 1945 366

   awards medals, 427

   China operations, 60, 62, 71, 73, 78, 117, 119, 127, 138, 256

   fires Miles, 147–49

   Free Thai, 30, 31, 137, 174, 192, 278–79, 281, 286

   relations with British, 51–52, 79, 101–02, 125–26, 201–02, 225, 235, 290, 396

   showdown with Navy, 162

Dorn, Frank, 73, 162, 173

Du Bois, Cora, 221–22

Eaton, Richard, 419

Eden, Anthony, 26, 198, 203, 234–35, 245–46, 369

Eggleston, Frederic, 52, 53

Eifler, Carl, 29, 30–31, 43–45, 72, 121, 150, 156

Ekchai Khambu (Ekjai Khambhu), 181, 283–84, 333, 336

Estes, Thomas S., 36–37

Evans, Geoffrey, 406

Everson, F. C., 378, 403, 404

Ferris, Benjamin G., 72, 76

Force, 136

   difficulties with London, 108–09, 231–33, 234–35

   guerrilla training, 361–62

   plans for Thailand, 94–100, 209, 239

   “Red Elephants,”, 98–99, 212, 318

   supply of resistance, 321, 330, 342–43

   “White Elephants,”, 95–96

France, 4, 6–7, 403, 404

Free Thai Committee, 36, 40, 139–41, 176

Gale, Esson M., 60

Gallaher, Verlin, 334

Garden, Don, 274

Garnons-Williams, G. A., 204, 224–25, 260, 294

Gauss, Clarence, 30, 60, 69, 143, 153, 163

George, Lloyd, 356, 359, 366

Ghizoni, George, 275

Gilbertson, Don, 357–58

Gilchrist, Andrew, 84, 219, 231, 259, 289, 291, 318, 339, 353, 406–07, 416, 417, 423, 424, 439

Gleason, Frank, 42, 132

Goodfellow, M. Preston, 27, 31, 40

Gore-Booth, Paul, 378

Grant, Hugh G., 7, 17, 19–20

Grant, William, 360

Grassi, E. H. A., 343, 360

Graves, Harold, 350, 385

Great Britain

   attitudes toward China, 52–54

   attitudes toward Thailand, 19, 20

   attitudes toward the USA, 49–51

   economic interest in Thailandd, 4, 8

   forces in Thailand, 386–87, 389, 413

   postwar negotiations, 378, 387, 391–92, 394, 404–09, 416–17, 422

   prewar relations with Thailandind0176

   rice acquisition, 372, 388, 396, 413, 414, 416–17, 421, 422–23

   territorial interest in Thailand, 8, 70, 197, 232, 372

   Thailand policy, 196–97, 202–03, 218–19, 231–33, 234–35, 352, 372–73, 375–76

Greenlee, Richard, 272, 275–76, 277–80, 299–307, 310, 326, 329, 332–34, 336, 348–49, 366, 383, 397

Grew, Joseph, 330

Grimsdale, G. E., 87, 89

Griswold, Alexander, 356, 362–63

Grut, Edmund, 94–100, 102, 105, 107–08, 110, 131, 135, 174, 198, 200–01, 202, 205, 208, 219–20, 232, 234

Guise, Leonard, 202, 228, 233, 244, 294

Haatvedt, Rollo, 79

Hall, R. B., 173

Halliwell, R. Davis, 77, 130, 132–33, 145–46, 149–51, 154, 162, 200–01

Hamada Hitoshi, 312

Han Songkhram, 69

Harkson, U. S., 64

Harris, Lansing, 335

Haseman, John, 430

Hastings, Eleanor, 421

Hayden, Joseph, 62–63, 68

Hearn, Thomas G., 73, 154, 155

Hecklinger, Richard, 434

Heppner, Richard P.

   Commander, Detachment, 202 270, 285

   Commander, Detachment, 404 156–57, 204, 205, 207, 220, 223–25, 229–30, 231, 243, 244, 245, 257–58, 260, 273

   in Washington, 72

   on Stilwell’s staff, 75, 76–78, 117–18, 119, 120, 149–51

   Operation HOTFOOT, 235–40, 253

Ho Ying-chin, 99, 106

Hobbs, A. T., 318, 321, 349, 366, 376

Hoffman, Carl O., 41, 46, 71, 118–19, 135–37, 147, 148, 149–51, 152, 154, 156, 158–60, 161, 178, 187, 190–91, 193, 208, 223, 225, 235, 239–40, 282, 313

Hogan, James, 360

Holladay, John, 192, 223, 224, 259, 260, 267–68, 322, 364

Hornbeck, Stanley K., 18, 142, 222, 438

Horne, F. J., 162

Hsia Soon-chien (Seow Song Khim), 168, 172, 179, 184, 185, 381

Hsiao Sin-ju, 59, 62, 77, 151, 153, 154–55, 158, 163

Hudson, C. J. P., 228

Hudson, C. S., 319, 344–45, 349, 361

Huffman, James, 335

Hughes, Kenneth, 359

Hull, Cordell, 11, 12–13, 19–20, 126–27, 245–46, 273

Huntington, Ellery C., 33–34, 63

Hutcheson, Aubrey D., 282

Ian Khamphanon (Khambanonda), 33, 113, 167, 171, 178, 179, 184, 185, 215, 282, 300

Inter-Services Liaison Department (ISLD), 96, 211, 241, 337–38

Ismay, Hastings, 353

Jacques, Victor, 289, 318, 320, 322–23, 326, 328, 336–38, 341, 347–49, 366, 367–68, 374, 376, 383, 390, 404

Japanese–Thai relations

   Japanese suspicions, 349–50, 362–64, 367

   likelihood of clash, 308–09, 367–68

   possible outcome of clash, 330, 352, 353

Johnson, Louis, 49

Jones, Harold, 64

Karawek Siwichan (Srivicharn), 33, 36, 39, 113, 129, 133, 134, 138, 139, 167, 171, 179, 183, 184

Karawik Chakraphan, Prince, 27, 320

Karun Kengradomying, 39, 79, 113, 129, 167, 171, 178, 179, 184, 185, 215–16, 218, 248, 250, 255–56, 257, 307

Karwaski, Leo, 42, 167, 168, 170, 171, 172

Kat Songkhram, Luang, 39, 82, 129, 174–75

Kellogg, David, 336, 345

Keswick, John, 70, 145

Khamhaeng Phalangkun (Kamhaeng Balankura), 194

Khap Khunchon (Karb Kunjara), M. L.

   in China, 79–81, 91, 112, 114–15, 122, 128–29, 134, 146, 153, 161, 166, 167, 168, 171, 172, 173, 174–76, 178, 179–80, 181–82, 184, 188–90

   in USA, 14, 27, 30, 32–33, 34, 39, 191, 269–70, 279, 387, 419

   OSS suspicions of, 177–78, 189–90, 191–93

   Seni Pramot, 34–36, 40–41, 80, 130, 132, 133, 135–38, 141, 143–44, 161, 190–91

Khuang Aphaiwong, 21, 301, 329, 349, 373, 424–27

Kim Ku, 92

Kishinami Kiyoji, 362

Kobkua Sawannathat-Pian, 432

Konthi Suphamongkhon, 276–77, 301, 324, 325–26, 333–34, 396–97, 403, 404

Korean Provisional Government, 92–93

Kotrla, Ray, 114

Krachang Tularak, 123, 184, 209

Krai Narai, Luang, 69

Krit Tosayanon (Kris Tosayanonda), 233, 234, 288, 364

Kukrit Pramot (Pramoj), M. R., 21, 35

Kung Ai-ling, 169

Kung, H. H., 169

Kusa Panyarachun (Panyarjun), 224, 262–64

Kuzmak, Walter, 360

Landon, Kenneth P., 15–16, 18–19, 29–30, 54, 136, 137, 191, 235, 275, 315, 325, 412–13, 424, 439

Laski, Harold, 321

Law, Richard, 49–50

Lawson, Robert W., 385, 409, 410, 411–12

Lawson, “Spider,”, 376

Lazarsky, Joe, 42

Lee, Derek, 227

Lee, Willis A., 150

Leggett, A. B., 62, 74–75

Lek Thorangkun, 285

Li T’ieh-chung, 381

Lim Bo Seng, 98

Linford, Ken, 335

Little, Herbert F., 126, 163

Lo, Robin (Leung Ping-chai/Lu Pin), 128, 209

Long, Breckinridge, 48

Lu Han, 170–71

Luan Wongwanit, 124

Luce, Henry, 48

Lung Yün, 169–70, 187, 189, 270

Lusey, Alghan, 60–62, 63, 64, 66

Lux, Tom, 114

MacDonald, Alexander, 390, 410, 424, 425, 429

Mackenzie, Colin, 100, 111, 115–16, 151, 236, 288, 318, 341–42, 344, 353

Magruder, John, 54, 59

Mani Sanasen, 25–26, 111, 143, 190, 205, 206–08, 230, 289

Manot Wutthatit, 255

Mansfield, Walter, 228, 229

Marshall, George C., 57, 66–67, 118, 313

Martin, Guy, 206, 220, 221, 230, 294

McGarry, William, 305–07

McHugh, James M., 59

McMullen, R. J. H., 133

Merrill, Frank, 73, 77, 314–15

Metzel, Jeffrey, 62, 63, 77–78, 118, 120, 162

Miles, Milton “Mary”

   Chamkat Phalangkun’s death, 134

   control of Free Thai, 45–46, 58, 64, 73–75, 76, 80–81, 111–12, 113, 115, 123, 127–28, 130–33, 138–39, 143, 144

   fired by OSS, 146–49, 151–53

   Free Thai schemes, 175–76, 194

   liaison with British, 100–01, 129, 145, 225

   position in China, 58–62

   relations with OSS, 62–64, 71, 118–19, 120–21, 145, 158–60, 162

   view of Stilwell, 70–71

Moffat, Abbot Low, 190, 378, 393, 403, 404, 409

Moscrip, Amos, 357

Mountbatten, Lord Louis, 125–26, 146, 157, 232, 237, 285, 291, 329–30, 342, 350–51, 354–56, 374, 378, 380, 388–89, 392, 394–96, 424

Mumma, Van, 357–58

Mykland, Gunnar, 283

Nakamura Aketo, 293, 349–50, 373

Napieralski, Edward, 335

Narubet Manit, Luang, 234

Net Khemayothin, 321, 327, 348

Nicholson, N. F., 134, 259

Nirat Samathapan (Samathapand), 16

Nithiphat Chalichan (Nithipatna Jalichandra), 114, 167

Oakes, C. H., 373, 397

O’Neal, Emmet, 421

OSS (Office of Strategic Services)

   evacuation of POWs, 383–84

   guerrilla training, 334–35, 343, 357–60

   postwar intelligence objectives, 371–72

   postwar public relations, 375, 384, 390–91, 409–11

   rivalry with SOE, 51–52, 150–51, 203–06, 219–20, 223–26, 232, 235–42, 243–45, 259–60, 287–88, 289–90, 321–22, 344–46, 371, 384

   supply of Thai underground, 240, 308, 309–13, 315, 343, 359

OWI (Office of War Information), 28, 346, 347, 385, 390, 409, 410

Palmer, Howard, 300–07, 332, 346–47, 354, 355, 359, 383, 384, 398, 402, 404–09, 410

Pao Khamurai (Pow Khamourai), 113, 167, 179, 180, 216–18, 248, 250–52, 282, 300

Parkin, Charles, 45

Peck, Willys R., 7, 12, 16, 19, 21, 32, 85, 128

Peers, Ray, 224, 279, 280

Phaisan Trakunlee, 86, 90, 189

Phanomyong, Louis, 84

Phao Siyanon, 427, 428

Phatphong Rinthakun (Rinthakul), 337

Phayom Chantarak (Chantaraksa), 214, 216, 247, 248, 250–52, 257, 277, 339

Phibun Songkhram, 2, 6–8, 9, 65, 68–69, 84, 96–97, 175, 214, 227, 408, 411, 425, 427, 428

Phillips, William, 51, 72

Phinit, Phra, 21

Phisan Sukhumwit, Phra, 333

Phiset Pattaphong (Pises Pattabongse), 114, 129, 167, 300

Phisut Suthat (Pisoot Sudasna), 33, 113, 167, 179, 180, 216, 303, 339

Phon Intharathat (Indratat), 33, 39, 113, 114, 167, 171, 178, 185, 250, 255, 256–57, 272

Phunphoem Kairoek (Poonperm Krariksh), 16, 272, 275–76, 277–78, 293, 303, 334

Pinkard, Frank, 335

Piya Chakkaphak, 292, 433

Pointon, A. C. “Peter,”, 94, 206, 259, 318–19, 348, 417

Prajadhipok, King (Rama VII), 2, 23

Praphot Paorahit (Praphod Paurohitya), 266

Praphrit na Nakhon (na Nagara), 337

Prasoet Pathumanon (Prasert Padumananda), 234, 316

Prathan Chaiyaphan, 261

Prathan Premkamon (Pratan Pramekamol), 212

Prayun (Prayoon) Atthachinda, 254, 299

Prayun Intaramban, 255

Prem Buri, 212

Pridi Phanomyong (Banomyong)

   end of war, 374, 376

   escape plans, 197, 201–02, 203–06, 208–11, 367

   government-in-exile, 85, 198, 272–73, 277, 324–25

   organizes underground, 82–86, 292–93, 297, 312, 340–41, 364–66

   postwar negotiations, 388, 394–95, 397–98, 408–09, 410, 414, 422

   postwar politics, 399, 400, 408, 418, 424–27, 429

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   Regent, 9, 227

   relations with Adun, 254, 257, 267, 270–71, 282, 287, 288, 300

   relations with China, 255, 379–81

   relations with Japanese, 287, 301, 326–30, 339, 349–50, 362–64

   relations with OSS, 247–50, 259, 264–67, 269, 278, 279, 280–83, 287, 356

   relations with SOE, 234, 258–59, 266, 287, 289–91, 294, 320, 354

   rift with American Free Thai, 333–34

   Southeast Asian federation, 414

   suspicions of British, 256, 320–21, 338, 348, 413

   war plan, 277–78, 280–81, 300, 308, 311

Puai Ungphakon (Puey Ungphakorn), 24, 212, 214, 321, 389, 428

Purnell, William R., 74, 76, 146, 147–48, 149, 153, 155, 162–63

Pye, William, 188, 268–69, 283–84, 433

Rachan Kanchanawanit (Kajana-Vanit), 16

Rachit Buri, 212

Raiss, John, 193

Ramphai Phanni (Rambhai Barni), Queen, 23, 24, 26

Ramphai Tularak, 174, 184

Remer, C. F., 15

Rich, Stanley, 418

Ride, Lindsay, 87–88

Ripley, Dillon, 229, 244, 258, 265, 271, 272, 277, 316, 355, 356, 374, 382, 383, 385, 389

Rogers, Bruce E., 98

Rogers, James Grafton, 67

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 5, 20, 29, 47, 53, 57, 69, 270, 304

SACO (Sino-American Co-operative Organization), 66–68, 73–74, 118–19, 121, 147, 150, 152, 154, 161–63

Sak Senanarong, 389, 391–92, 394

Sala Thasanon (Dasananda), 22, 254, 357

Salisbury, Laurence, 136

Saman Werawaithaya, 171

Samran Wannaphruk (Vardnabriksha), 209

Samroeng Netrayon, 277, 300, 301–02, 303

Sanguan Tularak, 93, 105, 122, 123–24, 127–35, 139, 142, 143–45, 174, 198–99, 200, 205–06, 212, 213, 227–28, 230, 242, 249, 264, 271, 277, 324, 346, 366, 399

Sangwon Suwannachip, 293, 359, 367

Sansom, George, 37, 222, 325, 393

Sarasat, Phra, 86

Sarit Thanarat, 428

Sawaeng Thapphasut, 171

Sawang Samkoset (Samkoses), 337

Sawat Chieosakun (Cheo-Sakul), 113, 128, 167, 179, 180, 216, 271, 282, 300, 357

Sawat Sisuk (Svasti Srisukh), 211, 288, 317, 432

Sawat Trachu, 85, 218

Sayre, Francis B., 5, 199

Scholtz, Herman F., 127, 135, 142, 172, 207, 220, 240, 421

Scofield, Carleton F., 204, 226, 230

Scribner, Joseph M., 200–01

Selbourne, Lord, 219

Sena Ninkhamhaemg (Snoh Nilkhamhaeng), 24, 25, 266, 344, 349

Sena (Snoh) Tambunyen, 24, 143

Seni Pramot (Pramoj), M. R.

   breaks with Bangkok, 12–14, 17, 19–20

   British Free Thai, 23–26, 142–43

   Chamkat Phalangkun, 87, 88–89, 91, 93, 132

   denies political ambitions, 137

   government-in-exile, 200, 272, 324–25

   organizes Free Thai, 21–23, 27–28

   postwar negotiations, 396–97, 398–99, 401, 407, 413, 418, 419, 421, 422

   postwar political role, 376–78, 398–99, 424, 426, 427

   prewar role, 9–11

   Pridi Phanomyong, 10–11, 21, 198, 279, 289, 398–99, 431–32

   propaganda efforts, 14–17

   quarrel with Thai officers, 138–41, 176–77

   relations with OSS, 137, 207–08, 240

Sevareid, Eric, 119

Seymour, Horace, 102, 103

Shao Yu-lin, 91, 93

Shepardson, Whitney, 241

Shing Sheng-chow (Nai Sing), 106, 124

Sin Uthaisi

Sinat Yotharak, 212, 308

Sino-Thai Army, 92, 121–23, 129, 131, 144, 149–51, 155–56, 158–59, 161, 176, 178, 181, 199

Sisena, Phraya, 21

Sit Sawetsila (Siddhi Savetsila), 224, 260–62, 428, 433

Smiley, David, 322, 376

Smith, Bradley F., 157

Smith, Harry, 335–36

Smith, Lambert, 359

Smith, Nicol

   in China, 134, 146, 155–56, 163–65, 167, 168–72, 173–74, 176, 179, 180–81, 187, 188, 192, 195, 253–54, 256, 260, 270, 271–72, 283

   in India, 296, 375

   in Thailand, 355, 356–57, 359, 366

   in Washington, 31–32, 384

   travels, 39–40, 42–46, 111, 114–15

Smyth, Robert L., 20, 21

Snow, Edgar, 169, 410

SOE, see Force, 136

Soem Boonyasuk, 358

Somchit Kangsanon (Kansananda), 36, 307

Somphong Salayaphong (Sompongse Salyabongse), 113, 167, 171, 179, 183, 184

Soong, T. V., 88, 93, 105, 122, 169

Sorasak Ngamcachonkulkid, 430–31

SSU (Strategic Services Unit), 409

Starr, C. V., 64

Steele, A. T., 419, 421

Sterndale Bennett, J. C., 396

Stettinius, Edward, 137, 324

Stilwell, Joseph, 21, 29, 30–31, 56–57, 60, 63, 71, 73–77, 119–20, 149, 151, 194, 236–38

Stockley, G. E., 87

Stratemeyer, George, 238, 297, 342

Strong, George, 76

Sukhumnaipradit, Luang, 333

Sulak Siwarak (Sivaraksa), 434

Sultan, Daniel, 279, 310, 311, 313–16, 328

Sunthon Khantalaksa (Soonthorn Khantalaksana), 254, 297–99

Suphachalasai, Luang, 424

Suphasawat (Suphasawatwongsanit Sawadiwat), Prince

   British Free Thai, 23–25, 26

   Chamkat Phalangkun, 100, 102–04, 106–07, 134

   in India, 94–96, 109–11, 318–19

   in Thailand, 326, 367, 384

   postwar political role, 398, 399, 425, 426, 440

   Pridi Phanomyong, 24, 108, 320

   Seni Pramot, 24, 25–26

Suranarong, Luang, 95, 145

Suranuchit, Luang, 285

Sysko, S. J., 360

Tai Li, 58–61, 80–81, 92, 105–06, 112, 119, 121, 122, 131, 134, 144, 146, 152, 154, 155, 160, 161, 163, 170, 175, 191–92, 327, 386

Tarling, Nicholas, 408, 436, 439

Taylor, Edmond, 51, 125, 134, 149–51, 223, 224–25, 237, 238, 244, 274, 294–96, 313, 323, 340, 371, 381–84, 390, 394, 437

Tenet, George, 433

Thailand Committee (OSS), 281, 294, 308

Thamrong Nawasawat, 427

Thamsook Numnonda, 430

Thana Posayanon (Poshyananda), 211

Thanat Khoman, 289, 291, 337

Thawi Bunyaket, 84, 364, 367, 389

Thawi Chulasap, 307, 345, 346, 354, 356, 366, 393, 397

Thawi Thawethikun, 387, 389, 391–92, 427

Thawin Udon, 83, 84, 231, 250, 255–56, 324, 386, 427

Thep Semathiti (Deb Semthiti), 266

Thompson, Geoffrey H., 423

Thompson, James (“Jim”), 407, 410, 412, 429

Thorne, Christopher, 47, 436

Thot Phanthumasen (Thos Pantumasen), 289

Tiang Sirikhan, 83, 86, 184, 218, 288, 321–22, 349, 399, 427

Timberman, Thomas, 314, 316, 328, 395–96, 403

Tso Hsien-hsu, 122, 166, 169, 170, 172, 178–79

Tsuji Masanobu, 350

Tung, Father Jean, 170, 172, 173, 178, 179, 180–81, 185, 216

Udomsak Phasawanit (Udomsakdi Bhasavanich), 224, 260–62

United States

   anti-imperialism, 47–49

   attitudes toward Thailand, 19

   objectives in Thailand, 5–6, 8, 199, 273–76, 299, 360, 370–71

   postwar diplomacy, 378–88, 393, 401, 402–04, 415–16, 421–23

   prewar relations with Thailand, 5–7

   suspicions of British, 203, 223, 245–46, 294–95, 316, 329, 352, 369–70, 374, 375, 388

Van Millingen, Evelyn, 369

Vandenbosch, Amry, 244–45

Vincent, John Carter, 90

Vowles, Ronald, 335

Wade, James O., 193–94

Wan Waithayakhon, Prince, 349

Wang, Ping-shen, 98

Waranan Thawat, Prince (Nicky Varavand), 344

Wattana Chitwari (Jitivare), 317

Wedemeyer, Albert, 125, 237–38, 268, 285

Wei Li-huang

Welles, Sumner, 5–7, 13, 48

Wells, Kenneth, 282

Wemyss, Vic, 362

Wester, John, 172–73, 192, 221, 242, 262, 269, 275–76, 277–78, 289, 292, 293–94, 296, 300–07, 321

Wheeler, Peggy, 316

Wheeler, Raymond, 315–16, 374–75, 393–94, 395

Wibun Wimonprapha, 123

Wichian Waiwanon (Vichien Vaivananda), 114, 167

Wichit Lulithanon, 214

Wichit Wichitwathakan, 301

Wight, David, 72, 143, 163

Wilat Osathanon, 21

Wilkinson, William C., 175–76, 178, 296–97, 316

Williams, Garland, Lt. Col., 27, 34

Williams, H. S., 132

Wilson, Edward, 282

Wilson, Hugh R., 200–02

Wilson-Brand, A. T., 386

Wimon Wiriyawit, 220, 226, 236, 242–43, 246–48, 250, 253, 270, 277, 278, 293, 303, 334, 339, 432, 433

Winant, John G., 235, 394, 403

Winn, Rowland, 376

Withrow, James, 384

Wiwat (Wiwatthanachai Chaiyan), Prince, 404, 417, 422

Wu, K. C.

Wu, Teh-chen, 106, 124

Yamamoto Kuma’ichi, 349

Yano, Toshio, 312, 362

Yost, Charles, 403–05, 412, 414–15, 418, 422

Young, Wally, 123

Yu, Maochun, 57–58, 225

Yuthitsathian Sawatdiwat (Yudhistira Svasti), Prince, 39, 114, 356


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