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FOOTAGES OF 1971 LIBERATION WAR

As we work to build a repository of contents on the Liberation War for this non-profit project, we come across a lot of videos, television reports and special documentaries on public domain, especially on YouTube. Covering issues ranging from footages from warfield, details of genocide and rape by the occupation army to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s address at the UN and Pakistan’s surrender, the vast online resources give a full account of the atrocities the Pakistan army carried out in the then East Pakistan.

Besides different research and news organisations, governments and NGOs, many individuals have created these contents and posted on YouTube under public category. We have merely gathered these contents for this educational project and giving full credit to the owners and those who have uploaded these with URLs of the source posts.

 

Disclaimer: We do not own these contents. We have not altered any content. No copyright infringement is intended here.

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ABOUT FREEDOM IN THE AIR

Freedom in the air is a non-profit project aimed at building a rich repository for all sorts of contents on Bangladesh's Liberation War of 1971. Besides producing exclusive video interviews of war heroes and experts and a turn-by-turn daily interactive calendar of 1971, The Daily Star Online gathered very rare declassified diplomatic cables, the sensational Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report that proved genocide by Pakistan army, significant collection of rarely seen photographs and international newspaper reports. There is an exceptional collection of TV reports, video footages and documentaries which The Daily Star does not own but using with courtesy of the original owners and those who uploaded.