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English adventurer James Brooke arrived in Sarawak in 1839 at the time when Sarawak was rebelling under the rule of the Brunei Sultanate.  As a reward for his role in quelling the rebellion, the Pengiran Mahkota of Brunei made Brooke the "White Rajah" of Sarawak in 1841.  James Brooke was succeeded by his nephew Charles Brooke in 1868, who in turn was succeeded by his eldest son, Charles Vyner in 1917.  Charles Vyner or Vyner as he is commonly referred to as, was the last White Rajah of Sarawak.


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