Early Thai Media Censorship

100 FIRSTS: The media lose freedomThe Nation, December 26, 2004
…In the 1940s, it was common for editorial and printing-house staff to be kicked and punched by a squad of uniformed men invading their premises, and for their presses and other equipment to be destroyed…

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