Han Bhan Does – A Historical Summary

<h1>Han Bhan Does – A Historical Summary</h1><p>In the novel Han Bhan Do H, King Baizong of the Dynasty of Vietnam is travelling to China to help quell the widespread unrest in Vietnam at the time. When he arrives in China, he discovers that there have been significant changes at the Mongolian frontier. The old order has been changed by the unexpected entrance of the Khmer tribe into the country. The powerful Khmer are fierce warriors and the King must make a decision that will decide the fate of his son and his nation.</p> <img align=”right” style=”max-height:200px; max-width:32% height:auto; width:auto; margin:0px 10px;” alt=”Han bahn doh” src=”https://i.imgur.com/JdHU8T1.jpg”> <p></p> <p>Han Bhan Does H traces the story of Prince Loan, a young man from the royal family who has recently been taken as the heir apparent to the throne of his father. This is a difficult and dangerous time for Prince Loan as he must deal with advisors who want to see him killed rather than elevated to the throne. It is not farfetched to suppose that his position could easily fall to the wrong hands. As he attempts to bargain with these advisors for the crown, he is assisted by his loyal general whom he chooses as his second in command.</p> <p></p> <p>The book chronicles the back and forth activities that take place between the king and his advisors. There is a continual struggle between the two sides as they try to find a way to Coup and prevent the Khmers from invading Vietnam. At the outset the two sides are able to negotiate an agreement whereby Loan and his advisors are allowed to oversee negotiations with the Chinese for the purchase of grain and weapons. Then, in the middle of the negotiations with an armed group known as the “Coup Gear” enters the area, disguised as merchants. They immediately seize the grain and seize the female traders.</p> <p></p> <p>The princess Nang Thao and her husband escape to the capital of Hanoi. Her husband alerts the Mon General who captures Loan and several advisers. However, Nang Thao’s husband is quickly killed by a Khmer assassin who then kills Nang Thao. She flees to England and later to marry the well-known author, Sir Thomas Lowe. He becomes very famous and continues to write books throughout the century.</p> <p></p> <p>Han Bhan Doh is very much against the Khmer Rouge taking over Phnom Phen, which is where his sister lives. However, the duke of Sihanoukville has authorized the operation of a British colony in Phnom Phen. Loan soon realizes that he needs the support of the British to reinstate his authority in Phnom Phen. The British are reluctant to interfere in the affairs of an Asian kingdom where they have no permanent residence. But they must do something if they are to prevent Khmer from annexing the province of Tran Phraya.</p> <p></p> <p>When the provincial government of Tran Phraya agrees to support Loan, it is not long before Loan comes to realize that he cannot defeat the Khmer for total independence. The two sides fight for several days. During the night a bomb explosion kills the prince and all his immediate family. When his pregnant wife Nang Thao is spared, Loan realizes that he must have intercourse with her immediately to ensure that he produces a child. Nang Thao is taken to a monastery, where she gives birth to Lung Shet.</p> <p></p> <p>The book ends with the king’s death, and Loan assumes the throne. He is assisted by his two daughters, but does not allow Nang Thao to be present when he assumes the throne. Instead Nang lives in France, where Loan makes peace with his former enemy. The book ends with a mysterious account of how Lung Shet, now King Leto, rules after he has defeated the Khmer who threaten tonex his inheritance.</p> <p></p> <p>Han Bhan Doh is a very entertaining book. It contains well-developed characters, and some excellent military and political tactics. A modern version of this book would have to be Thucydides, as in ancient Greece the warlord forced his army to march on the city of Troy and capture the city using his newly invented war machines. The only real difference between the two books is the setting, and although Thucydides lived in ancient Greece, his story took place in Ithaca (the modern-day province of Sri Lanka).</p> <iframe width=”478″ frameborder=”0″ height=”267″ allowfullscreen=”true” src=”https://www.domain.com/embed/QCJAqtigU4Q” style=”margin:0px auto; display: block;”></iframe>

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