Amaury de Riencourt

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Amaury de Riencourt (born 12 June 1918 in Orleans, France died 13 January 2005 at Bellevue, Switzerland)[1] was a historian, an expert on Southeast Asia, Indian scholar, sinologist, tibetologist, Americanist[2] French writer.[3]

Amaury de Riencourt was born in Orleans in a family of the French nobility which dates back at least to the 12th century.[2] He graduated from university in the Sorbonne and did masters at the University of Algiers.[4]

In 1947, he visited Tibet and stayed in Lhasa where he remained five months,[5] and declared that the country was governed only in all areas, as an independent nation, adding that the orders of his government were underway across the country.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amaury de Riencourt
  2. ^ a b (English) K. Natwar Singh, Forgotten Prophet, Outlook India
  3. ^ Amaury de Riencourt, India and Pakistan in the Shadow of Afghanistan, 1982/83, Foreign Affairs
  4. ^ Alain Joly, Amaury de Riencourt
  5. ^ Jamyang Norbu, Black Annals: Goldstein & The Negation Of Tibetan History (Part I), Shadow of Tibet, 19 juillet 2008
  6. ^ The Political Philosophy of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama, Selected Speeches and Writings, 1998, Édité par A.A. Shiromany, Tibetan Parliamentary and Policy Research Centre, dalaï-lama, lettre au Secrétaire général de l'ONU datée du 9 septembre 1959.