Mar 25,’71: Hamidoor Rehman Commission's report on the state of preparedness
of Pak armed forces
Hamidoor Rahman Commission’s report on the state of preparedness of the
Mar 26, ’71: Text of Yahya's broadcast
Yahya’s broadcast justifying his action of 25-
Mar 26,’71: Memorandum from Kissinger to President Nixon
A memorandum from the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger)
to President Nixon on the subject of situation in Pakistan.
Mar 26,’71: Minutes of Washington Special Actions Group Meeting
The meeting regarding situation in Pakistan was held in the White House. The Participants
were Henry Kissinger, CIA, JCS, NSC, State Department staffs.
Mar 27,’71: Telegram from the Embassy in India to the Department of State
A telegram from the Embassy in India to the Department of State on the subject of
Government of India’s reaction to East Pakistan Developments.
Mar 27,’71: Text of Indian Prime Minister's speech in Lok Sabha.
During the debate in Lok Sabha the Prime Minister of India made an intervention and talked
about the political situation in East Pakistan.
Mar 27, ’71: Text of the Indian Prime Minister's speech in Rajya Sabha.
Text of Prime Minister’s intervention during Rajya Sabha.
Mar 28,’71: Cable from U.S. consul in Dacca on selective genocide
Cable from American consul in Dacca to Secretary of State on selective
genocide in Dacca.
Mar 28,’71: Memorandum from NSC staff to Kissinger
Memorandum From Samuel Hoskinson of the National Security Council Staff
to the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger).
Mar 28,’71: “In Dacca, troops use artillery to halt revolt”, Sydney H. Schanberg in
New York Times.
Mar 29,’71: Memorandum for Sisco
Memorandum from Schneider through Van Hollen to Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs (Sisco) on Indian reaction to Pakistan events.
Mar 29,’71: Telephone conversation between President Nixon and Kissinger
Mar 29,’71: Cable from U.S. consul on Pak military crackdown
A cable from U.S. consul to secretary of state on the subject of Pak military crackdown: listing
of military versus civilian incidents.
Mar 29,’71: “26 hour chronicle of Dacca drama”
A diary through the eyes of Robert Kaylor of UPI of what happened
in Dacca when the Pakistani Army took control.
Mar 30,’71: Telegram from Amconsul, Dacca to Secretary State Washington DC.
Subj: Killings at University
Mar 30,’71: Telephone conversation between Nixon and Kissinger
Mar 31,’71: Telegram from Amconsul, Dacca to Secretary State, Washington DC
Subject: Extent of Casualties in Dacca.
Mar 31,’71: Telegram from Amconsul Dacca to Secretary State, Washington DC.
Subject: Army terror campaign continues in Dacca: Evidence
military faces some difficulties elsewhere.
Mar 31,’71: Letter from the Pakistani ambassador Hilaly to Rogers
Mar 31,’71: Minutes of Senior Review Group meeting regarding Greece and Pakistan
Mar 31,’71: “In the Name of Pakistan”, Editorial, New York Times
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