Siam cedes territories (present-day northeast Cambodia) to French Indo-China. Khao Phra Viharn now stands on the international border (map). Precise demarcation and mapping are to be carried out by a Franco-Siamese Mixed Commission. , but the Commission ceases to function. France makes a demarcation map on its own and sends it to Siam who neither approves or disapproves it.
Cambodian soldiers encounter Thai police constables at Khao Phra Wihaan, thus the beginning of the dispute.
Thai border police occupy Khao Phra Viharn.
Thailand and Cambodia hold negotiations in Bangkok.
Cambodia severes ties with Thailand. All border areas adjacent to Cambodia were sealed
The Court rules (9 vs. 3 votes) that Khao Phra Viharn belongs to Cambodia.
"When the World Court awarded a frontier temple to Thailand's traditional enemy, Cambodia, Sarit was ready to refuse to hand it over. Bhumibol said the court's order would be obeyed."
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Sihanouk attends flag-raising ceremony at Khao Phra Viharn.