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The Mandalei Burmese is located in Gawler, South Australia. Since there is often a waitinglist, if you are interested in a Mandalei Burmese kitten, you are welcome to make an appointment and see where the kittens are raised. If you choose a Mandalei Burmese, a $200 down payment is needed to save your cat and will be subtracted from the sale amount.
The deposit will not be refunded if you alter your opinion, as I may have rejected those who have waited for a Mandalei kitten to be patient.
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Interests:Devons, Devons and possibly Devons!!! he has produced many nice kitten in Queensland and I know that at least Mandalay has some of his offspring, but still with the vision ailments. Mangerei Burmese (Carol L) is in this forums. Interests: Cat and horse - Sudoku, long walks on the shore, long dinner by candlelight (hahahahahahaha), read on-line, while I get a headache when I read a book, in WWE wrestle I forgot my children?
Dobama Movement in Burma (1930-1938) - Khin Yi
The report concentrates on the Dobama group, the Burmese extremist group under the leadership of Burmese intelligentsia who fought for the unification and autonomy of their people. Concentrating on the years 1930 to 1938, Khin Yi tells of the foundation of the move by Thakin Ba Thoung, its spectacular expansion and its abrupt partition in 1938 (known as the "Year of Struggle").
Although in the end unsuccessfully, the Dobama movement produces such leader as the Burmese independent ancestor, Aung San.