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* 1971 – Bangladesh Liberation War: The Pakistan Army and Razakars massacred approximately 3, 000 Hindu emigrants in the Jathibhanga area of East Pakistan ( now Bangladesh ).
A line joining Ràs al Hadd, East point of Arabia ( 22 ° 32 ' N ) and Ràs Jiyùni ( 61 ° 43 ' E ) on the coast of Pakistan.
In view of implacable demands by the political leadership of both Hindu and Islamic communities in British India for a separate Hindu and a separate Muslim homeland, Mountbatten conceded the notion of two nations consisting of a Hindu-majority India and a Muslim-majority Pakistan ( which incorporated East Pakistan, now Bangladesh ).
Eight teams participated in the first tournament: Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, and the West Indies ( the six Test nations at the time ), together with Sri Lanka and a composite team from East Africa.
The province of Bengal in British India was partitioned into West Bengal and East Pakistan in 1947.
After 1947, India made more progress on public health than East Pakistan ( now Bangladesh ).
East Pakistan (; Purbo Pakistan, ; Mashriqī Pākistān ) was a provincial state of Pakistan that existed in Bengal region in the northeast region of the Indian Subcontinent from 1955 until 1971, following the One Unit programme which laid the existence of East Pakistan.
In 1947, Muslim majority districts of Bengal favored the Partition of India after approving the June 3rd Plan presented by the Viceroy of India Lord Earl Mounbatten, and merged with the new province of East Bengal of the Dominion of Pakistan.
From 1947 until 1954, the East Bengal was an independent administrative unit which was governed by the Pakistan Muslim League led by Nurul Amin.
In 1955, the Bengali Prime minister Muhammad Ali Bogra devolved the province of East Bengal and established the state as East Pakistan with Dhaka its state capital.
The Awami League gained the control of the East Pakistan after appointing Huseyn Suhrawardy for the office of Prime minister.
The socialist rule was violently ended in 1958 by the U. S .- backed military ruler General Ayub Khan who disbanded the political parties and took tough actions against the communist mass in both East and West Pakistan.
The economic disparity, impression that West Pakistan despite being less populated than East Pakistan was ruling and prospering at its cost further popularize the Bengali nationalism.
As response to this operation, the Awami League announced the declaration of independence of East Pakistan on March 26, 1971 and began an armed struggle against the Pakistan, with India staunchly supporting Awami League by the means of providing arm ammunition to its guerrilla forces.

East and military
Gen. Taylor will report to President Kennedy in a few days on the results of his visit to South Viet Nam and, judging from some of his remarks to reporters in the Far East, he is likely to urge a more efficient mobilization of Vietnamese military, economic, political and other resources.
State Department officials refusing to show their passes at the boundary, and driving two blocks into East Berlin under military escort, will not avail.
Neither our military, our economic nor our ideological power reached far enough '' to determine the fate of East Europe.
Alexios IV Angelos, the son of the deposed Isaac II, had recently escaped from Constantinople and now appealed to the crusaders, promising to end the schism of East and West, to pay for their transport, and to provide military support to the crusaders if they helped him to depose his uncle and sit on his father's throne.
Johnson was named to the Joint Committee on Conduct of the War whose purpose was to goad-on laggard Union generals ; Johnson, to no avail, used this platform to voice the urgency of military intervention in East Tennessee.
In spring 1861, Carnegie was appointed by Scott, who was now Assistant Secretary of War in charge of military transportation, as Superintendent of the Military Railways and the Union Government's telegraph lines in the East.
The Soviet Union, Albania, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, East Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, and Poland founded this military alliance.
Further, the United States would provide economic and military aid and, if necessary, use military force to stop the spread of communism in the Middle East.
During the Cold War era, the United States was keen to establish a military base in the Indian Ocean to counter Soviet influence in the region and protect the sea-lanes for oil transportation from the Middle East.
" Our military has been stretched thin by our deployments in the Middle East, and we must welcome the service of any American who is willing and able to do the job.
Factors such as population size, historical events, military strength, diplomatic expertise and a strategic geographical position give Egypt extensive political influence in the Middle East, Africa, and within the Non-Aligned Movement as a whole.
The United States Command Berlin, for example, published detailed instructions for U. S. military and civilian personnel wishing to visit East Berlin.
In fact, the three Western commandants regularly protested the presence of the East German National People's Army ( NVA ) in East Berlin, particularly on the occasion of military parades.
The military, bureaucracy and the United States was nervous with good reasons where the support for the Soviet Union began to rise in both East and West.
During this time, strong nationalistic sentiments in East Pakistan were perceived by the Pakistani Armed Forces and the central military government.
East Pakistan's Armed Forces, under the military administrations of Major-General Muzaffaruddin and Lieutenant-General Sahabzada Yaqub Khan, used an excessive amount of show of military force to curb the uprising in the province.
Vice-Admiral Syed Mohammad Ahsan, Chief of Naval Staff of Pakistan Navy, had previously served as political and military adviser of East Pakistan to former President Ayub Khan.
When it became obvious that a military action in East Pakistan was inevitable, Admiral Ahsan resigned from his position as Martial Law Administrator in protest, and immediately flew back to Karachi, West Pakistan.
On 26 March 1971, the day after the military crackdown on civilians in East Pakistan, Mujibur Rahman declared the independence of Bangladesh.
In 1954, when the United States dispatched the Military Assistance Advisory Group for West Pakistan, the East Pakistan Parliament signed a statement, which denounced Pakistan's government for signing a military pact with the United States.

East and personnel
Jorge Luis Vasquez, a Cuban who was imprisoned in East Germany, states that the East German Stasi trained the personnel of the Cuban Interior Ministry ( MINIT ).< ref > The relationship between the KGB and the Cuban Intelligence Directorate ( DI ) was complex and marked by both times of close cooperation and times of extreme competition.
As of September 2008, approximately 600 NZDF personnel served overseas in the South Pacific, Asia and Middle East areas.
* May 31 – The Zoot Suit Riots erupt between military personnel and Mexican American youths in East Los Angeles.
Later operations were at Gasmata, Arawe, Cape Gloucester, and the East and South coast of New Britain, all without any loss of personnel.
War crimes charges against more junior personnel were dealt with separately, in other cities throughout Far East Asia, such as the Nanjing War Crimes Tribunal and the Khabarovsk War Crimes Trials.
: The Templers did have ships to carry personnel, pilgrims and supplies across the Mediterranean between the West and East and back, but if the Hospital after 1312 is any guide they did not have more than four galleys ( warships ) and few other ships, and if they needed more they hired them.
In 1990, the USAF East Coast Radar System ( ECRS ) Operation Center was activated in Bangor with over 400 personnel.
On 4 May, Freyberg sent a message to the British commander in the Middle East, General Archibald Wavell, requesting the evacuation of about 10, 000 personnel who did not have weapons and had " little or no employment other than getting into trouble with the civil population ".
In addition, an increasing number of Australian personnel were transferred from Europe and the Mediterranean to RAF squadrons in the South East Asian Theatre.
Russia was one of the first countries to recognize East Timor ’ s independence and took part in nearly all UN aid programs, providing food and relief personnel, including civil and transport aviation pilots.
All of the P-35As had been over-used for gunnery training and needed engine changes ( none were available, and the Far East Air Depot had neither facilities or personnel for large-scale engine maintenance ), while their guns were wholly unreliable from poor maintenance.
The majority of RNZAF personnel served with RAF units, six RNZAF Article XV squadrons, which were RNZAF units attached to RAF formations, and the Fleet Air Arm — in Europe, the Mediterranean, South East Asia and other theatres.
Anadyr included a military deception campaign intended to mislead Western intelligence forces: personnel were issued Arctic equipment and trained for cold weather, and the operation itself was named for the Anadyr river in the northern part of the Russian Far East.
However, that 10 year program would not be completed at the outbreak of World War II in the Pacific, ROSS training was stopped, and with enough enlisted personnel trainees to be officers were immediately called to active duty to serve the war most particularly with the U. S. Army Forces in the Far East ( USAFFE ).
Home to between 1, 000 and 2, 000 British military personnel, it is located about southwest of Stanley — the capital of the Falklands — on the island of East Falkland.
The former East German Nationale Volksarmee ( NVA ) was disbanded, with a portion of its personnel and material being absorbed into the Bundeswehr.
Many Furphy water carts were used to take water to Australian Army personnel during World War I in Australia, Europe and the Middle East.
This includes the rapidly-growing BMA of Africa, and the BMA of the Philippines, which has begun sending out its own foreign missions personnel to neighboring East Asian nations.
Afterwards its personnel either returned to their former units or went on to serve with other special forces units raised in the Middle East.
Although the Middle East Commando remained in existence after this — largely in an effort to placate Churchill — its personnel were mainly absorbed into larger formations.
A further 800 Australian logistic personnel are also based in the Middle East in support of Operation Slipper, but are located outside of Afghanistan.
Prior to disestablishment, Second Fleet oversaw approximately 126 ships, 4500 aircraft, and 90, 000 personnel homeported at U. S. Navy installations along the East Coast.

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