Bangladesh
June 22nd, 2018
1952-1971 / স্বাধীনতা যুদ্ধ
An Army Insider’s Honest Expose of Atrocities in East Pakistan Debacle
November 15th, 2010
KARACHI, March 25: The East Pakistan tragedy was not just a failure of the military establishment of the day but also the abysmal collapse of civil society in West Pakistan. Launched at midnight, 25 March 1971, the military action went on for nine long months without eliciting any concerted protest from the West Pakistani public and political leadership.
November 15th, 2010
The Liberation War Museum has been set up to collect and disseminates information regarding our Liberation War. In the process of this work we involve ourselves in trying to find the truth regarding our liberation struggle and seek justice for those millions who perished in the most inhuman way. The truth is important not only for the present generation but also for the future so that they can grow up knowing how bloody and gory the birth of the nation was. This will give them impetuous to be patriotic and have determination to be better leaders of the society and the nation.
Massacre of ordinary people on the dark night of 25 March 1971
November 15th, 2010
The atrocities of the razakars in killing the Bengalis equaled those of their Pakistani masters. An excerpt from an article written in the Azad, dated January 15, 1972, underscores the inhuman atrocities of the Pakistani troops and their associates, the razakar and al-Badr forces:
Maulana Bhasani
November 15th, 2010
Bhasani: Political Life
Taj Uddin Ahmad
November 15th, 2010
The man who liberated Bangladesh in the Independence War of 1971. 1925 Kapasia, Dhaka “ I can envision a horrific future awaiting those of us leading the liberation war. If we lose the war, we’ll be shot in the firing squad. If we win, the counter revolutionaries will kill us in independent Bangladesh.” Tajuddin in 71 while directing the Liberation War