No More Vietnams or Hiroshimas
16.00 in HIGH x 22.75 in WIDE
(40.64 cm HIGH x 57.78 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge has "M-6 August 5, 1972 World Magazine."

Poster has an image in the center of a woman running in front of a large cloud. The bottom corners have two photographs of people protesting Hiroshima and a demonstration in 1971. The sides of the page have large black lettering that reads, "No More Vietnams or Hiroshimas." The upper left corner reads, "Teh first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima (pop. 343, 969) on August 6, 1945 Every year since then millions of people throughout the world have demonstrated for peace." The upper right corner reads, "This year the foucs of the world protest centers on Vietnam, its mined waters, its deaths. To survive mankind must win the battle for peace."
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