Tag: Photographers

  • The War That Time Forgot

    The Bangladesh war was one of the 20th century’s bloodiest, yet outside the region, little is known about it. Now, 37 years on, an exhibition records the painful birth of a nation. Tahmima Anam report   In December 1971, in the midst of their celebrations at the end of the war for independence from Pakistan,…

  • Bangladesh 1971

    Subscribe to ShahidulNews They had risked all to hold on to this moment in history. The scarred negatives, hidden from the military, wrapped in old cloth, buried underground, also bore the wounds of war. These photographers were the only soldiers who preserved tangible memories, a contested memory that politicians fight over, in their battle for…