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The Liberation War Museum in Dhaka, Bangladesh was established in 1996..

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There are 4 galleries which display the protracted struggle of the people of Bangladesh for establishing their identity as a nation under the British regime as well as their struggle for democracy, political and economic emancipation from 1947 and finally their armed struggle during the 9 month long War of Liberation in 1971.

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LWM Opening & Closing Time

  • March to September - 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
  • October to February - 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
  • Ramajan Time - 10.00 am to 3.30 pm
  • Weekend: Sunday

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09-04-2024

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23-10-2023

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On This Day

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  • At ‘Mujib Nagar’ in Bhaberpara village in Meherpur sub-division, official announcement of ‘Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh’ is made and ‘Government of Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh’ is formed amid loud cheer and applause through the recitation of the Declaration of Independence by Awami League Chief Whip Professor Yusuf Ali. Through this official announcement, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s declaration independence on March 26 take on an institutional form. 50 local and foreign journalists ar e present during the event.
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Jalladkhana Historical Site

Jalladkhana Killing Field, is a mass grave site in Mirpur, Dhaka used in the 1971 Bangladesh genocide by Pakistan Army and its local collaborators during the Bangladesh Liberation war.

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Fruit of the Liberation War

The Bangladesh we see today is essentially the fruit of the liberation war of 1971..

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Fruit of the Liberation War

The Bangladesh we see today is essentially the fruit of the liberation war of 1971..

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Sense of Nationalism

This bloodstained historical event has constructed Bangladeshi sense of nationalism and has forged..

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Call: 02-48114991-3(PABX) 09611677223, 02-9142780

Email: mukti.jadughar@gmail.com
info@liberationwarmuseumbd.org

Address

Liberation War Museum

Plot : F11/A & F11/B Sher-e Bangla Nagar Civic Centre, Agargaon, Dhaka

Jalladkhana Killing Field

Avenue – 01, Block – D, Mirpur – 10, Dhaka

Visitor Update

THIS MUSEUM IS 1393 WEEKS* OLD WITH OVER 11,00,972 VISITOR'S AS ON 09 April 2024

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