Surrender at Dacca: Birth of a Nation

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10 thoughts on “Surrender at Dacca: Birth of a Nation

  1. Nahian Nahian says:

    They say, success has many fathers General Jacob proves the proverb right by claiming all the credits of India s Eastern Army s great success for himself He did not mind downplaying the role of General Maneckshaw and Aurora.It takes courage to expose internal conflicts within the army but it was not the right platform to do that It does not really feel good to read a big man pondering over petty issues, especially when you are reading about the war that changed the dynamics of South Asia.On They say, success has many fathers General Jacob proves the proverb right by claiming all the credits of India s Eastern Army s great success for himself He did not mind downplaying the role of General Maneckshaw and Aurora.It takes courage to expose internal conflicts within the army but it was not the right platform to do that It does not really feel good to read a big man pondering over petty issues, especially when you are reading about the war that changed the dynamics of South Asia.On the positive side, it does shed light on some blurry issues for example how pak submarine Ghazi was destroyed Although the writing style is very boring, it will remain an important reference book as the author was one of the key players in this great war and his narratives will always be importantNote This is a narrative of India s military operations in the Eastern front in 1971 and is less likely to enlighten you on Bangladesh s struggle for freedom


  2. Raja Raja says:

    General has oversimplified many things at the same time overcomplicated others He has downgraded Arora and Manekshaw in an attempt of self praising nonetheless he also gives some important facts e.g Destruction of Ghazi Submarine and false claims by Indian Navy He also jotted down grey areas like lack of Coordination b w HQs and reluctance at the highest level to select a clear aim A huge map at the end remains useless as it doesn t give informationthan what everyone knows i.e locations General has oversimplified many things at the same time overcomplicated others He has downgraded Arora and Manekshaw in an attempt of self praising nonetheless he also gives some important facts e.g Destruction of Ghazi Submarine and false claims by Indian Navy He also jotted down grey areas like lack of Coordination b w HQs and reluctance at the highest level to select a clear aim A huge map at the end remains useless as it doesn t give informationthan what everyone knows i.e locations of different HQs Progressive update of attack plans could have cleared many things but this book has discussed those battles in the least possible manner At the end the book remains notthan a self memoir and doesn t help a military student much


  3. Animesh Mitra Animesh Mitra says:

    Good, entertaining.


  4. Azimur Rashid Kanak Azimur Rashid Kanak says:

    The books is very interesting It is always good to know about the liberation war of my motherland Bangladesh This book has given me a new angle to look at it as it is a narrative from the Indian Side Details mapping and description of battlefield and strategy will make you present there by yourself I am amazed though there are some doubts which have rose in me In this book, Mukti Bahini r the Freedom Fighters are not given due respect and credit Moreover It is shown in such a way that, It The books is very interesting It is always good to know about the liberation war of my motherland Bangladesh This book has given me a new angle to look at it as it is a narrative from the Indian Side Details mapping and description of battlefield and strategy will make you present there by yourself I am amazed though there are some doubts which have rose in me In this book, Mukti Bahini r the Freedom Fighters are not given due respect and credit Moreover It is shown in such a way that, It was India which actually liberated the nation within 13 Days War with Pakistan Then what did our freedom fighters do throughout the 9 Long months March December I expectedclear views on some controversial issues but this book seems to fail in this regard But the evidences that are used in favor of the discussion are good


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10 thoughts on “Surrender at Dacca: Birth of a Nation

  1. Nahian Nahian says:

    They say, success has many fathers General Jacob proves the proverb right by claiming all the credits of India s Eastern Army s great success for himself He did not mind downplaying the role of General Maneckshaw and Aurora.It takes courage to expose internal conflicts within the army but it was not the right platform to do that It does not really feel good to read a big man pondering over petty issues, especially when you are reading about the war that changed the dynamics of South Asia.On They say, success has many fathers General Jacob proves the proverb right by claiming all the credits of India s Eastern Army s great success for himself He did not mind downplaying the role of General Maneckshaw and Aurora.It takes courage to expose internal conflicts within the army but it was not the right platform to do that It does not really feel good to read a big man pondering over petty issues, especially when you are reading about the war that changed the dynamics of South Asia.On the positive side, it does shed light on some blurry issues for example how pak submarine Ghazi was destroyed Although the writing style is very boring, it will remain an important reference book as the author was one of the key players in this great war and his narratives will always be importantNote This is a narrative of India s military operations in the Eastern front in 1971 and is less likely to enlighten you on Bangladesh s struggle for freedom


  2. Raja Raja says:

    General has oversimplified many things at the same time overcomplicated others He has downgraded Arora and Manekshaw in an attempt of self praising nonetheless he also gives some important facts e.g Destruction of Ghazi Submarine and false claims by Indian Navy He also jotted down grey areas like lack of Coordination b w HQs and reluctance at the highest level to select a clear aim A huge map at the end remains useless as it doesn t give informationthan what everyone knows i.e locations General has oversimplified many things at the same time overcomplicated others He has downgraded Arora and Manekshaw in an attempt of self praising nonetheless he also gives some important facts e.g Destruction of Ghazi Submarine and false claims by Indian Navy He also jotted down grey areas like lack of Coordination b w HQs and reluctance at the highest level to select a clear aim A huge map at the end remains useless as it doesn t give informationthan what everyone knows i.e locations of different HQs Progressive update of attack plans could have cleared many things but this book has discussed those battles in the least possible manner At the end the book remains notthan a self memoir and doesn t help a military student much


  3. Animesh Mitra Animesh Mitra says:

    Good, entertaining.


  4. Azimur Rashid Kanak Azimur Rashid Kanak says:

    The books is very interesting It is always good to know about the liberation war of my motherland Bangladesh This book has given me a new angle to look at it as it is a narrative from the Indian Side Details mapping and description of battlefield and strategy will make you present there by yourself I am amazed though there are some doubts which have rose in me In this book, Mukti Bahini r the Freedom Fighters are not given due respect and credit Moreover It is shown in such a way that, It The books is very interesting It is always good to know about the liberation war of my motherland Bangladesh This book has given me a new angle to look at it as it is a narrative from the Indian Side Details mapping and description of battlefield and strategy will make you present there by yourself I am amazed though there are some doubts which have rose in me In this book, Mukti Bahini r the Freedom Fighters are not given due respect and credit Moreover It is shown in such a way that, It was India which actually liberated the nation within 13 Days War with Pakistan Then what did our freedom fighters do throughout the 9 Long months March December I expectedclear views on some controversial issues but this book seems to fail in this regard But the evidences that are used in favor of the discussion are good


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