Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani
Abdur Rahman Boyati
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
Begum Sufia Kamal
Kazi Nazrul Islam
M A G Osmani
Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
Leaders from past and present :
Sheik Mujibur Rahman
Hossain Mohammad Ershad
Begum Khaleda Zia
Architecture & Landmark
Art & Sculpture
Birds, flowers & Food
Genocide of Bangladesh
Bangladesh Liberation War Museum's e-book:
Documents on Crimes against Humanity Committed by Pakistan Army and their agents in Bangladesh during 1971
Tale of the Darkest Night
( ) -
Tale of the Darkest Night tells the story of the killings by the Pakistani army in Dhaka University on 25th March 1971. Surviving members and witnesses speak, and bring alive the havoc of that night.
(95 MB Stream)
Dateline Bangladesh -
Gita Mehta's film compilation of the Bangladesh revolution, Dateline Bangladesh, was shown in cinema theatres both in India and abroad.
(193 MB Stream)
Song of Freedom
( ) - Song of Freedom is a documentary film which explores the impact of cultural
identity on the liberation war, where music and song provided a
source of inspiration to the freedom fighters and a spiritual bond
for the whole emerging nation. A group of Bengali cultural activists
traveled through refugee camps and battle zones performing rousing
songs which capture the essence of the Bengali nation. Directors
Catherine and Tareque Masud used original footage by American film-maker
Lear Levin, as well as other archival footage collected from the
UK and India.
(244 MB Stream)
Tears of Fire -
A Documentary by Sentu Roy related to the 1971 Genocide in Bangladesh committed by Pakistan Army and the agents. The director interviews international journalists, activists and expatriate who were witness to the Genocide.
(115 MB Stream)
Liberation Struggle of the Bengalis - A twenty five minutes long documentary by the Liberation War Museum describing the havoc of 1971 war.
(80 MB Stream)
Nine Months to Freedom: The Story of Bangladesh - Directed by S. Sukhdev, a special documentary on the refugee camps set up at the no man's land (Bangladesh-India border) during our Liberation War. The documentary depicts the plight of eight lakh Bengali refugees and tells of the East Pakistan war between Pakistan and the freedom fighters of Bangladesh helped by the Indian army, leading to the creation of the free state Bangladesh.
(200 MB Stream)
Ekush Shotoke Bangladesh
( ) -
Based on the book "Ekush Shotoke Bangali" by Shirajul Alam, "Ekush Shotoke Bangladesh" is a documentary by International Historical Network, speaking about the history of Bengalis, the aboriginal people of Bengal and its later inhabitants.
(230 MB Stream)