Category Archives: Bangladesh Liberation War

Bangladesh Genocide Conference at Kean University

[Click image to see all photos from the conference] Last Sunday I attended a conference on the Bangladeshi Genocide. It was organized by the Human Rights Institute and the Bangladesh Genocide Study Group at Kean University. This was the second … Continue reading

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Bangladesh Genocide Archives – Video: Attack On Dhaka

NBC News (3/29/1971): Attack On Dhaka NBC News report from 3/29/1971 shows video taken from the Intercontinental Hotel in Dhaka on 3/26/1971 by a French video crew before they were expelled from Bangladesh by the Pakistan army. This is rare smuggled … Continue reading

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Bangladesh Genocide Archives – Video: Village Massacre

ABC News (11/30/1971): Village Massacre Viewer Discretion Strongly Advised Video of the aftermath of a massacre in a village near Dhaka. 75 villagers – men, women, children – were killed by the Pakistani army. Many bodies were burned, women were raped, … Continue reading

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Who Cares About YouTube Anyway?

About a year and a half ago I uploaded three videos to YouTube. For more than three and a half decades these videos, and the truth they held within them, remained largely hidden from the Bangladeshi people. Few had read about … Continue reading

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The Last Days Of United Pakistan

On December 16, 1971 the Pakistan army in Bangladesh unconditionally surrendered to the joint Indian and Bangladeshi forces. With the signing of the Instrument of Surrender, Bangladesh came into being and united Pakistan was at an end. However, in Pakistan … Continue reading

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