Genocide Museum narrates barbarism of Pak forces

Genocide Museum in Khulna, the first of its kind in South Asia, has been working to preserve the marks of barbaric mass killings by Pakistan occupation forces during the country’s war of independence in 1971. The objective of the museum is also to let the young generation know about the

1971 Genocide Museum Front Gate

Welcome to the genocide museum

The museum in Khulna has a rich collection of rare war photos, over 2,000 books Rare pictures and paintings depicting the genocide of Bangalees by the Pakistan army hang on the wall. There is also a rich collection of books and audio-visual materials on the ruthless massacre against the unarmed

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