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Khana Ratsadon
The People's Party, known in Thai as Khana Ratsadon ( th, คณะราษฎร, ), was a Siamese group of military and civil officers, and later a political party A political party is an organization that coordinates candidates to compete in a particular country's elections. It is common for the members of a party to hold similar ideas about politics, and parties may promote specific ideological or ..., which staged a bloodless revolution against King Prajadhipok Prajadhipok ( th, ประชาธิปก, Royal Thai General System of Transcription, RTGS: ''Prachathipok'', 8 November 1893 – 30 May 1941), also Rama VII, was the seventh King of Siam, monarch of Thailand, Siam of the Chakri dyn ...'s government and transformed the country's absolute monarchy Absolute monarchy (or Absolutism as a doctrine) is a form of monarchy in which the monarch rules in their own right or power. In an absolute monarchy, the king or queen is by no means limit ...
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Rattanakosin Kingdom (1782–1932)
The Rattanakosin Kingdom ( th, อาณาจักรรัตนโกสินทร์, , , abbreviated as , ) or Kingdom of Siam were names used to reference the fourth and current Thai kingdom in the history of Thailand Thailand ( ), historically known as Siam () and officially the Kingdom of Thailand, is a country in Southeast Asia Southeast Asia, also spelled South East Asia and South-East Asia, and also known as Southeastern Asia, South-eastern ... (then known as Siam). It was founded in 1782 with the establishment of Rattanakosin (Bangkok Bangkok, officially known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon and colloquially as Krung Thep, is the capital and most populous city of Thailand Thailand ( ), historically known as Siam () and officially the Kingdom of Thailand, is a c ...), which replaced the city of Thonburi __NOTOC__ Thonburi ( th, ธนบุรี) is an area of modern Bangkok Bangkok, officially known in Thai as K ...
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Tua Lophanukrom
Tua may refer to: * Tua River, a river in Portugal * Tua (Papua New Guinea), a river in Papua New Guinea * Tuʻa, also known as Alo, a chiefdom in Wallis and Futuna in Oceania * Tua line, a railway line in Portugal * Tua railway station, in Portugal * David Tua (born 1972), Samoan-New Zealand boxer * Tua Forsström (born 1947), Finnish Swedish-language writer * Tua Tagovailoa (born 1998), American football quarterback * "Tua", the Māori language version of the song Bigger by Stan Walker See also * Toua, a given name and surname * Tuatua, a species of edible clam * TUA (other) * Twa Trans World Airlines (TWA) was a major American airline which operated from 1930 until 2001. It was formed as Transcontinental & Western Air to operate a route from New York City to Los Angeles via St. Louis, Kansas City, and other stops, with ..., hunting castes in Africa * Tuva (other) {{dab, geo, surname, given name ...
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School Of Applied Artillery (France)
The School of Applied Artillery (French language, French: ''École d'application de l'artillerie'') is an applied military academy of the French Army. It is based in Draguignan. Pre-Revolutionary history During the 18th Century, there were several artillery schools. The first was created by Louis XIV in Douai in 1679. Later schools were created in Metz and Strasbourg. In 1671 the king created a Royal Fusilier Regiment responsible for artillery, composed of four companies: gunners, sappers and entrenchers, carpenters, and other artillery laborers who were used as bridge-builders. Other artillery schools were founded in Besançon, Grenoble, Auxonne, Metz, Perpignan and Valence. *Thus, according to Mau of Jaisse, there were five schools by 1680. *According to the General Map of the French Monarchy of 1720, they were then located in Metz, Fère, Strasbourg, Perpignan and Grenoble. *According to the Royal Almanac, in 1789 there were seven artillery schools, in Valence, Douai, Aux ...
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