BanglaCapsule | Bangladesh History on  Dez 10

1920
Sir Philip Joseph Hartog (1864-1947), a British national, joined the newly established Dhaka University as its first Vice Chancellor.
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1929
Samar Das (1929-2001), musician and composer, was born at Nabadwip Basak Lane in old Dhaka.
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1971
Ruhul Amin, better known as Shaheed Mohammad Ruhul Amin, was an engine room artificer in the Bangladesh Navy who was posthumously awarded the nation's highest bravery award, Bir Sreshtho, for his service during the Liberation War, dies at war.
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2006
Professor Muhammad Yunus and his Grameen Bank receives the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in the Norwegian capital Oslo.
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2007
The remains of Birshreshtha Hamidur Rahman were brought to Bangladesh; his fellow freedom fighters buried him at Hatimarachara village of Tripurahe after was killed while fighting with Pakistani army on October 28, 1971.
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