Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Bangladesh The Quest for a State (1937-71)
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Bangladesh The Quest for a State (1937-71)

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Bangladesh The Quest for a State (1937-71)

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The book explores the multiple factors that led to the birth of Bangladesh as a state. Primarily, it looks at the historic role of the peasantry in partnership with other classes that began

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  • Author : Afsan Chowdhury
  • Publisher : শ্রাবণ প্রকাশনী
  • Pages :212
  • Format : হার্ডকভার
  • Year : 2020
  • Language : English
The book explores the multiple factors that led to the birth of Bangladesh as a state. Primarily, it looks at the historic role of the peasantry in partnership with other classes that began with armed resistance to colonialism after 1757 and continued till the 20th century through state seeking politics. Over time, after nearly becoming an independent state in 1947, it finally reached the doors of 1971. Bangladesh assumed sub-state status in 1905 and was recognized as a separate state in 1940 (Lahore Resolution). It was later, downgraded to a province in 1946 (Delhi Resolution) and led a failed independent state making effort in 1947 (United Bengal Movement) and was pushed back to a provincestatus after 1947. By that time , it had become a ‘subsumed” state. Bangladesh was not born as a reaction to mistreatment by Pakistan, it was rather forced by circumstances put under the flag of Pakistan as a single functional state. In this state making struggle of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Ra

SKU : #T202126094

in Stock 700 Items

Data sheet

  • Author : Afsan Chowdhury
  • Publisher : শ্রাবণ প্রকাশনী
  • Pages :212
  • Format : হার্ডকভার
  • Year : 2020
  • Language : English