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  abolition of slavery in Thailand

 

Thailand

Mural of King Rama V at Phra Ubosot Klahng Nahm in Ayutthaya (fig.), depicting the abolition of slavery in Thailand. The group of people at the bottom of the stairs represent newly freed slaves and on the top step of the flight of stairs is a Thai text referring to the enactment of the Slavery Abolishment Act in 1905 AD.

See also POSTAGE STAMP.