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(1782) Capital moved to Bangkok
(1856) Bowring Treaty/opens trade (allow westerners to live in BKK)
(1893) Franco-Siamese War; Siam Cedes Laos to France
(1907) Cedes Cambodia to France
(1909) Cedes territory in N. to Brit.
(1917) Joins WWI with allies
(1909) Anglo-Siamese Treaty (BKK treaty); Malay states ceded to Britain
(1785) Burma Attacked BKK (repelled)
(1787) Burma Attacked Lan Naa (repelled)
(1813) Siam withdraws from Udong and Phonm Phen, Vietnam take control of SE Siam
(1826) Treaty with Britain (Burney Treaty)
(1827) Anu Rebellion; Vientiane hears of a British attach on BKK and attempts to march on BKK, BKK retaliats and takes Vientiane
(1829) Siam returns and completely destroys Vientiane/relocates everyone
(1821) Siam invades and takes control of Kedah
(1850) US and Britain sends envoys to open trade (refused by Siam)
(1767) Burma takes Ayutthaya
(1782) Taksin overthrown; Rama I put in power.
(1767) Capital moved to Thonburi (East BKK)
(1863) Vietnam goes under French Protection
(1885) France completes conquest of Vietnam
(1874) Front Palace Crisis
Rama V begins full reform of Govt adding 5 new ministries.
(1904) West bank territores ceded to France
(1907) wester Cambodia ceded to trance
(1782-1809) Rama I (Phutthayotfa Chulalok)
(1809-1824) Rama II (Phuthaloetla Naphalai)
(1824-1851) Rama III (Nanglao)
(1851-1868) Rama IV (Mongkut)
(1868-1910) Rama V (Chulalongkorn)
(1910-1925) Rama VI (Vajiravudh)
(1925- 1935) Rama VII Prajadhipok)
(1935-1946) Rama VIII (Ananda Mahidol)
Rama IX (Bhumibol Adulyadej)
(1768-1782) Taksin as King of Siam
(1824-1826) Britain war w/ Burma (over attacks on India)
(1832-1832) Siam preemptively attacks Vietnam in the south. Loses. Nam has strong infleunce in south.
(1840-1845) Siam Viennamese war
Old power starts dying off allowing Rama V to appoint his brothers and take back power
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