Title : ORIGINS OF THE BANGLADESH ARMY
Author : Sabir Abdus Samee
Category : New (Academic)
First Published : May 2010
Publishers : Bornali Book Center
Type of book : Historical / Political / Military History
General Subject Matter : History of the Bangladesh Army
Price : Taka 120.00
ISBN : 978-984-645-056-9
This is the first book on the history of the Bangladesh Army. If you are interested about Bangladeshi history, politics and Bangladesh Army, you will enjoy this book.
“Origins of the Bangladesh Army” is available in the following places:
House No- 141, Road-12,
Rupayon Golden Age
491/1 Mogbazar, Wireless Rail Gate
You can ask any salesperson to give you a copy, if you do not find the book in display.
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Origins of the Bangladesh Army by Sabir Abdus Samee
Sabir Abdus Samee’s work Origins of the Bangladesh Army brings a new take on historical and political events, as seen through his eyes and interpreted by him. As the son of a Bangladeshi army officer, he spent his childhood in Bangladeshi cantonments. It is clearly a topic close to his heart that he has tried to bring more light to for outsiders.
The book is divided into five chronological parts starting from 1757 with the Legacy left from the British Raj, followed by the Pakistani years (1947 – 1971) and the war of Independence which took place in 1971 and saw the foundation of the Bangladesh Army. The book continues with the subsequent victory that came in the same year and ends with the Bangladesh Army after Independence (1972 to present). Through this account the author has tried to bring out the truth and challenge views of intellectuals and politicians regarding the Bangladesh Army. Full of references to other sources and quotes from politicians and Army Officials that add colour and dimension to the text Origins of the Bangladesh Army tells the story of those who fought for the Army, those who were sacrificed and those who were victorious. The role of the Bangladeshi media is also analysed in this book, examining the political affiliations of each source and their portrayal of events.
This is a book suitable for anyone who has an interest in military books and reading about historical facts, or for someone carrying out research on the history of Bangladesh to present date. Books on the topic do exist but a Western point of view is often presented, it is therefore interesting and useful to have a book in English giving a Bangladeshi’s perspective of events.
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