Author Archives: Jannat

Dead Letter

video courtesy: YouTube The video above is extracted from a war documantary named as Muktir Gaan (Song of Freedom). It shows us some of the guerrillas having themselves trained before going to accomplish their missions. As I was going to … Continue reading

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The Interview- Part:1

As I have mentioned earlier about how much I am fascinated about the liberation war, I have taken an interview of my dad about his experience in 1971 war. A part of it is mentioned below. “This was an incident … Continue reading

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Witness to Surrender

   25 March, 1971. Major Siddique Salik witnessed the invasion of Pakistan Army in Dhaka that night. He was working with Lt. Gen. Tikka Khan during that period, and later wrote a book named Witness To Surrender based on his … Continue reading

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A Guerrilla’s Tale

   Rumi was born on 29 March 1952 in the higher middle class family of Jahanara and Sharif Imam. A smart kid of a smart mother, who was a Headmistress of a reknown girls’ school in Dhaka, he obtained a good result in … Continue reading

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The Warrior

photo source: Internet General Muhammad Ataul Gani Osmani, born on 1st September 1918 in Sunamganj, Sylhet, British India(present Bangladesh), and died on 16th February 1984, was a true hero of our Liberation War. He presided over Bangladesh Sector Commanders Conference … Continue reading

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Declaration of Sovereignty

video courtesy: probashibarta (You Tube) This is the video clip of the legendary speech of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman which I have been watching in television since childhood. It was held on 7Th March, 1971. It shows the final declaration of … Continue reading

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Playing with Fire

video courtesy: Baundulle (YouTube) This video shows an interview of  Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the man who is behind the inspirational speeches and directing the Bangalees towards freedom via the Liberation War. I believe the informations given in the video are pretty … Continue reading

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BDR Mutiny: Panic, Uncertainty and Tragedy

   That morning started like every other morning. I woke up, brushed my teeth, got ready for class, and started off to attend my MAT211 class. 20 minutes had passed, no sign of our miss. A classmate was chatting with … Continue reading

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Blood Shedding Politics

photo by: Miftahul Jannat After the language movement in 1952, the political affluence between the two wings were like a glowing splint. The dissatisfaction between the political parties were sky-high. In this turmoil, many protestation of the Bangalees occurred due … Continue reading

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The Concert for Bangladesh

Video courtesy: bluearmyfr The video shows the legendary song “Bangladesh” sang by George Harrison in his charity concert “The Concert for Bangladesh”. This was the first concert for world humanity, which raised more than $25000 to help the Bangalee refugees … Continue reading

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