Photo 1952

 

 

Source: Prof. Rafiqul Islam
A Rally at Nawabpur on 04.02.1952
Source: Amanul Huq
Picture of Shaheed Rafiq Uddin with skull blown off by bullet.

Source: Prof. Rafiqul Islam
A
big funeral rally on 22.02.1952 after funeral prayers. The police force let loose by government also fired upon this mourning procession.
Source: Prof. Rafiqul Islam
Students are seen hosting a black flag on top of Arts building on 22nd February 1952.
Source: Jamil Chowdhury
The First memorial monument for martyrs built by students of DMC on 24.02.1952. The government demolished the monument after two days.

 

 

Source: Prof. Rafiqul Islam
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Gathering on 21st February 1953 at Dhaka University to commemorate the martyrs of 1952..
Source: Prof. Rafiqul Islam
Some teachers trying to stop students of Eden College from building a martyrs monument on the old campus of Dhaka College.
Source: Bangabandhu Foundation
Rally on 21.02.1954 by Moulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani and Sheikh Mujibur Rahman marching barefoot to pay their tributes.
Courtesy: Bashir Helal
Special Supplements of the Weekly Sianik on Shaheed Day of 1953 and 1954
Shaheed Abdul Jabbar, Martyr
Source: Prof. Rafiqul Islam
Some teachers trying to stop students of Eden College from building a martyrs monument on the old campus of Dhaka College.
Shaheed Rafiquddin Ahmed, Martyr
Shaheed Abul Barkat, Martyr Shaeed Abdus Salam, Martyr
Shaheed Shafiur Rahman, Martyr The coat and shirt which were on Shaheed Shafiur when he was shot.
Photo Gallery
21st March 1948: Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the first Governor General of Pakistan, addressed a meeting at the Racecourse Maidan, Dhaka. Jinnah was accorded a civic reception in that meeting, where he announced “Urdu, only Urdu shall be the state Language of Pakistan”. Source: Muhammad Taqiullah
Policemen lining up in front of the High Court to stop protest on 11.03.1948

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