The Center for Bangladesh Genocide Research (CBGR) is an American institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of the history of 1971 genocide, and serves as Bangladesh’s memorial to the millions of people murdered during the 1971. During the nine-month-long War of Independence from West Pakistan, the Pakistani army killed over 3 million Bangladeshis, and raped/mutilated around 600,000 women and children.
CBGR is run and maintained by MD. Mahbubur Rahman (Jalal) - the chief architect and primary researcher of this non-profit organization. He is assisted by Raihan Jamil, Ph.D. - the co-researcher and content supervisor. You can read more about MMR Jalal HERE and about Raihan Jamil HERE.
The CBGR Team!