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Bangladesh: In 1971

Shahzaman Mozumder's Blog has a fascinating account of being a freedom fighter in 1971. “I reached the recruiting office, which was adjacent to Capt. Mahbub’s headquarters. Capt. Mahbub was also there and my name was soon written in a register and I became a Mukti Bahini recruit. There were a total of 45 to 50 other recruits, mostly from the nearby areas of Brahmanbaria. I was the only one from Dhaka. It was the 7th day of April 1971.”

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