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Herstein and Naomi Robbins 17 Greece, Richard Clogg and Mary Jo Clogg 18 New Zealand, R. F. Grover 19 Algeria, Rev. , Richard I. , Peggy Wright and Brian E. Coutts 23 Luxembourg, Rev. , Jul Christophory and Emile Thoma 24 Swaziland, Rev. , Balam Nyeko 25 Kenya, Rev. , Dalvan Coger 26 India, Rev. , Ian Derbyshire 27 Turkey, Merel Güçlü 28 Cyprus, Rev. , P. M. Kitromilides and M. L. Evriviades 29 Oman, Rev. , Frank A. Clements 30 Italy, Lucio Sponza and Diego Zancani 31 Finland, Rev. O. Screen 32 Poland, Rev.
Myers 101 Ecuador, David Corkhill 102 Uruguay, Henry Finch with the assistance of Alicia Casas de Barrán 103 Japan, Frank Joseph Shulman 104 Belgium, R. C. Riley 105 Macau, Richard Louis Edmonds 106 Philippines, Jim Richardson 107 Bulgaria, Richard J. Crampton 108 The Bahamas, Paul G. Boultbee 109 Peru, John Robert Fisher 110 Venezuela, D. A. G. Waddell 111 Dominican Republic, Kai Schoenhals 112 Colombia, Robert H. Davis 113 Taiwan, Wei-chin Lee 114 Switzerland, Heinz K. Meier and Regula A. Meier 115 Hong Kong, Ian Scott 116 Bhutan, Ramesh C.
Serge Thion worked like a dervish over the early days of 1997 with a number of French titles. His knowledge of things Cambodian and of French attempts to describe and analyse them over more than 100 years, combined with his acerbic wit and firm opinions, have, I think, given something special, particularly to the anthropological and early historical accounts. Peter Annear contributed particularly on development and economics; Sally Low on politics and human rights; and my daughter Mina (Minnie O'Shea) focused on art, but ranged widely through travel, maps and miscellanea.