A laudatory, one-sided, study on the less than two years André Malraux spent in then Indochina, from December 1923 to December 1925.
An early account of Angkor and pre-colonial Cambodial included in this compendium on the Siamese Kingdom in the 1830s-1850s.
A colorful description of Cambodia, its geography and its people at the turn of the century.
With a map of "Indochina", an expanded version of Pere Bouillevaux's 1858 book.
Realizing he had overlooked the significance of Angkor in his previous travelogues, the resourceful and pugnacious abbot came back with...
One century later, André Malraux's raid on Banteay Srei bas-reliefs is still raising interest and controversy.
Pistes, fleuves et jungles: A travers l'Indochine et les pays voisins [Trails, Rivers, Jungles: Across Indochina and Neighboring Countries]
A pleasant read from a typical French 'grand reporter' of the 1930s who befriended famous journalist Albert Londres.
A visit to Phnom Penh Royal Palace in 1870, only four years after its construction started.
A short yet vivid description of Laos in the 1920s, with references to Angkor-related legends.
A talented, wandering artist who visited Vietnam and Cambodia twice in the 1930s.