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The State Vs. Editor, The Daily Prothom Alo

International Crimes Tribunal-2

2014


ICT BD (ICT-2) Misc. Case No.04 of 2014

Keywords : 1971, ১৯৭১, 3 million, ৩০ লক্ষ, Contempt of court, Daily Prothom Alo, David Bergman, genocide death toll, liberation war, New York Times, আদালত অবমাননা, ডেভিড বার্গম্যান, নিউ ইয়র্ক টাইমস, প্রথম আলো, বিবৃতি, মুক্তিযুদ্ধে শহীদের সংখ্যাLanguage : EnglishEntry Type : Case Law, ICT-BD Judgments and OrdersUploaded By : Rayhan RashidUpload date : Wednesday, 11…

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Blood and Soil – A World history of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Durfar

Ben Kiernan

2009


Yale University Press

The epilogue of the book references to the Genocide on Bangladesh performed by the Pakistan Army, General Tikka Khan’s contemplation and execution of ‘final solution’, General Niazi’s admittance of March, 1971 killings (“..equivalent to the Jalianwalahbagh massacre in the Punjab by the British in 1919”) and Al Qaida’s denial of the 1971 massacre on behalf of Pakistan.…

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একাত্তরের ঘাতক দালালঃ যা বলেছে যা করেছে

নূরুল ইসলাম

1991

ISBN: N/A Edition: 1st Pages: 1-216
ফজলুল হক সরকার

মুক্তিযোদ্ধা সংহতি পরিষদ কতৃক প্রকাশিত এই সঙ্কলনে ১৯৭১ এর এপ্রিল থেকে ডিসেম্বর পর্যন্ত পাকিস্তানের সহযোগী রাজনীতিবিদ এবং বুদ্ধিজীবিদের বিবৃতি, বক্তৃতা এবং তাদের কার্যকলাপের বিবরণ আছে।…

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Pakistan Crisis

David Loshak

1971

ISBN: 978-0070387522 Edition: First Pages: 152
McGraw-Hill

The book chronicles the concept, birth and disintegration of Pakistan in 1971. Chapter 16 of the books contains some eyewitness accounts of atrocities committed by the Pakistan Army.…

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The Politics of Genocide Scholarship: the Case of Bangladesh

Donald BEACHLER

2007

Volume: 41 Issue: 5
Patterns of Prejudice

The massive communal violence that occurred in East Pakistan in 1971 received worldwide attention at the time, but has been largely ignored since. Some scholars and other writers have denied that what took place in Bangladesh was a genocide. Journalists’ reports, expatriate testimony, refugee reports and an investigation by the International Commission of Jurists in 1972 all indicate, however, that the Pakistani army did commit genocide in Bangladesh in 1971. The political and ideological circumstances that led to the secession of East Pakistan were conducive to religious and ethnic genocide. Beachler examines the treatment by memoirists and scholars of the 1971 crisis in East Pakistan and seeks to explain the reasons why the genocide in Bangladesh has been largely ignored since the early 1970s. No ideological or partisan faction in the United States has stood to gain much from the study of the Bangladesh genocide. And the governments of Bangladesh and Pakistan have not been interested in promoting study of the mass murder and rapes that took place in 1971.…

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India’s Military Intervention in East Pakistan, 1971-1972

Onkar Marwah

1979

Volume: 13 Issue: 4
Modern Asian Studies

There were three categories of decision-making actors involved in helping or hindering the creation of Bangladesh. First: the population of East Pakistan (ie, Bangladesh), the government and people of West Pakistan, and India; Second: USA, USSR, China and the United Nations; Third: minor actors such as Britain and France from Europe, Saudia Arabia, Libya, Iran, Malaysia, Indonesia from the Middle East etc. The article tracks the political interplays that were taking place during Bangladesh’s war of Independence which included India’s military assistance in the war through intervention at an advanced stage.…

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Bleeding Bangladesh – Crime Against Humanity

Sagar Publications

1971

Edition: 1st Pages: 1-134
Sagar Publications

A book published in Nov, 1971 to “help the world elite as well as the common man to understand the story of Bangladesh in its true perspective, complexion and grimness.”…

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War and Secession: Pakistan, India, and the Creation of Bangladesh

Leo Rose, Richard Sisson

1991

ISBN: 0520076656 Edition: 1st Pages: 350
University of California Press

A decade after the 1971 wars in South Asia, the principal decision-makers were still uncertain why wars so clearly unwanted had occurred. The authors reconstruct the complex decision-making process attending the break-up of Pakistan and the subsequent war between India and Pakistan. Much of their data derive from interviews conducted with principal players in each of the countries immediately involved–Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh–including Indira Gandhi and leaders of the Awami League in Bangladesh.…

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Archive I: Media Archive

Archives news reports, opinions, editorials published in different media outlets from around the world on 1971, International Crimes Tribunal and the justice process.

Archive II: ICT Documentation

For the sake of ICT’s legacy this documentation project archives, and preserves proceeding-documents, e.g., judgments, orders, petitions, timelines.

Archive III: E-Library

Brings at fingertips academic materials in the areas of law, politics, and history to facilitate serious research on 1971, Bangladesh, ICT and international justice.

Archive IV: Memories

This archive records from memory the nine-month history of 1971 as experienced and perceived by individuals from all walks of life.