- All Ramanya Mon Association
- (ARMA)Established in August 1939 in Rangoon (Yangon), near the Shwe Dagon Pagoda, ARMA was a nonpolitical organization whose goal was the preservation of Mon language, culture, and identity. Largely inactive during World War II, after the war the Association published Mon language textbooks and a journal, The Mon Bulletin. Although it was basically apolitical, some ARMA members supported the Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League, while others wanted to make common cause with other minority groups, especially the Karens (Kayins).See also New Mon State Party.
Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar). Donald M. Seekins . 2014.
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