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Published on Apr 3, 2018
The history of the Bengal East Bengal Regiment is very glorious and traditional in 'Mouzza, power, swiftness'. The traditional nickname or title of this regiment is "The Tigers". The history of this regiment of the Bangladesh Army is older than our beloved army, which started in the British colonial era. However, the requirements of this regiment are immense today. The East Bengal Regiment is a matter of pride for every Bangladeshi. East Bengal Regiment is counted as one of the most brave regiments in the world. The title of the only Bengali Infantry Regiment in the world for almost half a century has been held. In March of 1971, the reaction of the military attack on the people of East Pakistan revolted against the five battalions of the East Bengal Regiment and started the liberation war of Bangladesh. Firstly, the East Bengal Regiment was formed with the freedom fighters' army which is known as Mukti Bahini. Later, other units were built to replace the remaining parts of West Pakistan. After the independence of Bangladesh a new army was formed with them. However, the 7th battalion was merged with the Frontier Force Force Regiment of Pakistan Army as 44th Battalion, who led the formation of the 10th battalion in 1971. The East Bengal Regiment, established by the hands of Major Abdul Ghani, is the 1971 war of liberation war and the current army of the Nuclear of the Bangladesh Army. The largest army structure of the East Bengal Regiment Army. There are battalions of this regiment in 15 infantry brigades. This regiment is also implementing Bangladesh's commitment to protecting peace abroad, which has established Bangladesh as the biggest contributor to the United Nations Peace Mission.
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