The purpose of this study is to understand Anglo Burmese culture and to use your views and feedback in providing a knowledge of the cultural identity of this group. Along with your answers, the researchers have documents which will be included in their research of this topic.
The term Anglo-Burmese refers to Eurasians of European and indigenous peoples of Burma from 1826. This group can be viewed as a distinct community. After 1937, included Anglo-Indian residents in Burma whose children were born in Burma.
The European element included, aside from the English, other European influence, chiefly Greeks, the Dutch, Scandinavians, Irish (who left their country due to the Great Famine), Germans, Austrians, the French, the Portuguese, Italians and Russians. Armenians, Syrian, Egyptians and the Anglo-Indian were also represented among Anglo-Burmans as well as a mix of Baghdadi Jews.