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Helen Bruce describes how, in Buddhist countries, for the last six hundred years, the albino elephant has always received special veneration.
Geoffrey Powell describes how, while Napoleon occupied Holland, the British seized the Dutch bases in Ceylon.
C.R. Boxer finds that the methods used - or alleged to have been used - by Portuguese proselytizers more than three hundred years ago, remain a “living issue in Ceylon politics.”
George Woodcock describes how, in opposition to Portuguese, Dutch and British intruders, the highland kingdom of Kandy in Ceylon flourished under a succession of Buddhist rulers almost until the year of Waterloo.
William Clarance explores the origins and complexities of the Sri Lankan Civil War.
Annette Bingham reports on an environmental project in Sri Lanka.
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