Witness to surrender

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Oxford University Press, 1977 - Fiction - 245 pages
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This is quite an unbiased account of 1971 war, and presents facts as facts and not distort them as indians and bangalis have repeatedly done. one should ask the question that how 45 thousand soldiers were able to kill 3 million people when 70 million people of east pakistan were against them and a sizable portion was armed and trained by india, also gen manekshaw himself claims to have trained 80,000 hindus to act as Pakistanis and commit atrocities in the name of Pakistan. 

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The book evokes tragic memories as my father was also among the officers who "surrendered" without putting up even a nominally decent fight at the "Paltan Maidan" in Dhaka, and later remained a ... Read full review

Contents

Facts and Fears
1
Strain at the Seams
9
Mujib Rides the Crest
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