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With the friendly permission by dedicated licensing through its authors we have used and remixed photos and other images on this website. To satisfy the terms of these licensing we provide detailed information about the media in question on this page.

bangladesh_speech_4.jpg

Description
Still photograph of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman delivering speech on 7 March 1971

Source: unesco.org

Author/Source: Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Film Archive, Liberation War Museum
Date: 7 March 1971

License: Copyrighted
Use on this page: Homepage
Modifications: Cut and resized

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman portrait (made by wood).jpg

Description
It's make by wood... Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, (17 March 1920 – 15 August 1975) was a preeminent Bengali nationalist leader of Bangladesh.

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: HaRry2MaC, User on Wikimedia
Date: 8 June 2014

License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International
Use on this page: Virtual Museum
Modifications: Postprocessed

Mujib with Suhrawardy1949.jpg

Description
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman with Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, 1949

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: Government of Bangladesh
Date: 1949

License: Public Domain
Use on this page: Main Navigation
Modifications: Postprocessed, flipped, cut, and resized

Bangladesh National Museum (01).jpg

Description
Bangladesh National Museum, Front view

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: Motiur Rahman Oni
Date: 15 January 2016

License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International
Use on this page: Main Navigation
Modifications: Postprocessed, changed sky color, cut, and resized

Mujib and Ford.jpg

Description
Bangladesh PM Sheikh Mujib and US President Gerald Ford meeting in the Oval Office in 1974

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: US Government photo from a personal collection
Date: 25 July 2013

License: Public Domain
Use on this page: Virtual Museum Banner
Modifications: Remixed in Photo Collage

Mujib Suhrawardy Zhou Enlai.jpg

Description
Sheikh Mujib with Pakistani prime minister H S Suhrawardy and Chinese premier Zhou Enlai in Dacca Stadium, 1957

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: Website bangobondhu.org
Date: 20 June 2015

License: Public Domain
Use on this page: Virtual Museum Banner
Modifications: Remixed in Photo Collage

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1950.jpg

Description
Sheikh Mujibur Rehman during the fifties

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: Website chandrakantha.com
Date: 1950

License: Public Domain
Use on this page: Virtual Museum Banner
Modifications: Remixed in Photo Collage

Gandhi Suhrawardy and Mujib.jpg

Description
Indian National Congress leader Mahatma Gandhi visiting a house in Bengal in 1946 accompanied by Bengali premier Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy (sitting to Gandhi's right) and a young All India Muslim League activist Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (standing). Mahatma Gandhi became the founding father of India in 1947. H S Suhrawardy became the Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1957. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became the President of Bangladesh in 1971.

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: Unknown
Date: 2 February 2019

License: Public Domain
Use on this page: Virtual Museum Banner
Modifications: Remixed in Photo Collage

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Announcing 6 Points At Lahore.jpg

Description
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Announcing 6 Points At Lahore

Source: Wikimedia

Author/Source: Unknown
Date: 5 February 1966

License: Public Domain
Use on this page: About Page
Modifications: Postprocessed, cut, and resized

 

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