The Bangladesh Liberation Council of the Intelligentsia was an organization of displaced teachers, scientists, poets, artists, writers, journalists and actors of Bangladesh who managed to escape the wrath of the Pakistani army during the war . The council was formed with the objective of supporting the war efforts of the Bangladesh Government, to press to the attention of the world our case for independence, to document crimes of the Pakistan Army, to do educational work among our freedom fighters, and to find for their members means of subsistence while they work for the liberation movement. These documents are courtesy of Dr. Bilayet Hussain, then reader of Physics at Dhaka University, and the Joint Secretary of the Council. These priceless documents give as a breathtaking inside into the working of these great patriots.

A letter to the Council by the French Minister of Culture, Andre Malraux

A letter to the Council by the French Minister of Culture, Andre Malraux
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Andre Malraux was a true friend of Bangladesh. A resistance member during the 2nd World War, and the author of Le Humane Condition (1933), he was ready to parachute into Bangladesh to liberate her.