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Published by the Foreign Affairs Committee of All Burma Federation of Student Unions with the financial support of Norwegian Burma Committee.
Historical Photos of
7 July Incident
Published by Thaton Hall (1963-64)
The Faith (Foreword)
The red stream fows and
its converted us to another life.
This event is for our cause.
That is edited and inscribed.
Likes the stone pillar erected
Its our solemn vow.
The July mirror
Its presents full of dramatic senses and
Likes a motor drives the heart.
Kyi Win (Pakokku)
Hostel Social & Reading Association (1963-64)
The main purpose of this small booklet “Historical Photos of 7 July Accident”
is to reveals the account of student rights struggle and to keep a historical
These July historical photos in this book can expose only small portion of the
cruelty and brutality.
These brutalities of 7 July, the people of Burma and the whole world had got
shock and it could not be hide forever. This is the gravest mistake of this cruel
regime who called themselves a revolutionary council.
So called revolutionary military government will commit those crimes again
and again in the future. We need to keep continue to fght against those atrocities
by this military junta. That is our student duty to fulfll wishes of our comrades
those who had given their lives. We need more united to keep our ongoing
The October holiday struggle is showed our solidarity and strength. We, all
students, shall unite. We, Thaton Hall, solemnly declare that we continue to
participate in the student cause and it should refect the student vision and
without any political affliation. We will keep working with all students.
We salute all who sacrifced their lives.
March towards Victory,
Hostel Social & Reading Association (1963-64)
leads the peaceful
in 2 p.m.
Takatha (RUSU): means Rangoon University Students’ Union
7-7-62. Riot polices with baton crack down brutally on peaceful demonstrators.
Some leading members of RUSU got arrested.
7-7-62. Polices use brutal forces such as tear-gas bomb to disperse the crowd.
Polices positioning at a water groove along Chancellor Road.
not control their
anger and start
to the police
start to shout
against used of
by riot police in
July 7, 1962.
Soldiers sealed off the university campus and strike against the peaceful student
protesters like the battle ground in July 7, 1962.
3 Military trucks loaded with full of death bodies by military operation in July 7,
1962. Those bodies carried away and disappeared after that.
could see at 6
a.m. on 8-7-62.
More than 100 students were killed and its continued to demolish the Union
building. It is demolished by dynamite at 6 a.m. on July 8, 1962. The monument
of Bo Aung Kyaw left a lone among debris.
Those who killed
cremated in this
cemetery on 8-7-
1962. Then indefnite
closure of universities
more than 40 days and
reopened. In National
Day, the government
afraid that student
protest will occur and to
avoid this, they ordered
teachers to make a feast
show their defance with
chanting “National Day
and a feast is unrelated”
and they march around
the campus on 21-11-62.
After the movement of demonstrating for the restricted hostel rules at 5 month memorial for 7 July
has started at night on 07-12-62, students successfully celebrate Aung Kyaw Day on 20-12-62.
20-12-62. On Aung Kyaw Day,
students catch a military spy
who reporting to government in
the code words of “the train was
still going on” and forcing to
plea at Aung Kyaw Monument.
20-12-62. On Aung Kyaw Day, students closed the main gate of Chancellor Road and
demonstrated. And hang the picture of student martyr Bo Aung Kyaw at the top of the gate door.
6 months memorial
service and giving
donation to 50
Buddhist monks for
students who died in
14-01-63. Leading students group build up the “Yarkyaw, Student Movement Monument” Just beside
the “Aung Kyaw Monument” at Red Square over night. The height is 7 feet 7 inches and the width is
62 inches as for the code of 07-07-62. (Yarkyaw means more than hundred students lives had sacrifced.)
and burning the
Fascist effgy was
held in 7th month
07-02-62. After burning down the effgy coffn, the biggest ever student mass
are marching along the Chancellor Road, hailing black fags and posters.
10-02-63. Members of Students Rights Committee, executives of Social and
Reading Associations and other formal groups gather around for 12 hours long
hunger strike, making speeches about the cause one by one.
by burning down
the Fascisms by
18-02-63. While students (brothers) are doing hunger strike, some students
(sisters) are distributing food and drink.
07-03-63. 8 months after the incident, only a few students held memorial
service briefy at the Student’ Movement monument for the sake of students as
the exams are closing.
10-03-63. Some student leaders are reporting about brutal crackdown of 7 July
incident to respectful national leader Sayagyi Thakin Kodaw Hmaing.
01-04-63. Students open the gate which previously blocked for demonstration, as Rangoon University
was closed for Summer break.
07-07-63. Memorial service and giving donations after the release of imprisoned
students at a makeshift build of temporary Union offce.
07-07-63. Memorial service in front of Student’ Movement Monument at Red
Square, bow down under the heavy rain for the 7 July’s comrades who were
killed during the bloody crackdown.
Various kinds of publications, including poster, painting, poems and articles
published by University students within a period of 07-07-62 to 01-04-63
(just before Summer Break)
This Monument erects for more than hundread lives. Yarkyaw Monument and the
Takatha offce, a temporary bamboo tent.