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CIA World FactBook, Burma
This site provides an introduction to the country's geography, people, economy, and history, along with general background on the country's history.
Visit this site for a more in-depth look at all of the above and information on foreign relations and travel.
Buddhanet: Buddhism in Burma (Myanmar)
Learn more about Therevada Buddhism, the most common school of Buddhism practiced in Myanmar.
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Martin, Steven, and others. Lonely Planet Myanmar (Burma). Lonely Planet Publications, 2002.
Myint-U, Thant. "Student Hopes to Save Pelicans." The Making of Modern Burma Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Stevenson, John. The Irrawaddy: Benevolent River of Burma. Marshal Cavendish International, 2004.
Steinberg, David I. Burma: the State of Myanmar Georgetown University Press, 2001.
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