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warinvietnam:

Vietnam veterans against the war and other anti-war activists march in protest near Convention Hall in Miami, Fla., Aug. 22, 1972, as the Republican National Convention opened. Disabled Vietnam vet Ron Kovic, holding an upside down American flag as a symbol of distress, is seen in the march. (AP Photo)

warinvietnam:

Vietnam veterans against the war and other anti-war activists march in protest near Convention Hall in Miami, Fla., Aug. 22, 1972, as the Republican National Convention opened. Disabled Vietnam vet Ron Kovic, holding an upside down American flag as a symbol of distress, is seen in the march. (AP Photo)

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Photography: Life Magazine

Photography: Life Magazine

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Photography: Philip Jones Griffiths

Photography: Philip Jones Griffiths

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theswinginsixties:


Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration, Wilshire Blvd at Virgil, Los Angeles, 1967. Photo by Charles Brittin.

theswinginsixties:

Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration, Wilshire Blvd at Virgil, Los Angeles, 1967. Photo by Charles Brittin.

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williemckay:

Protesting U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1968.

williemckay:

Protesting U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1968.

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vietnamwarera:

Watching draft files burn.

vietnamwarera:

Watching draft files burn.

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corbisrememberwhen:

Pro-Vietnam War march draws 25,000
October 1965
US involvement in the Vietnam War grew quickly in the early 1960s; this in turn led to widespread protests back home and calls from a number of prominent figures for troops to withdraw. But many Americans supported the action; 25,000 people marched in Washington DC on October 30th 1965 to show solidarity with their government and the military. What are your views on the Vietnam conflict?

corbisrememberwhen:

Pro-Vietnam War march draws 25,000

October 1965

US involvement in the Vietnam War grew quickly in the early 1960s; this in turn led to widespread protests back home and calls from a number of prominent figures for troops to withdraw. But many Americans supported the action; 25,000 people marched in Washington DC on October 30th 1965 to show solidarity with their government and the military. What are your views on the Vietnam conflict?

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nevver:

Shirtless Anti-War protester Frank C. Plada will later die in Vietnam, Happy Veteran’s Day

nevver:

Shirtless Anti-War protester Frank C. Plada will later die in Vietnam, Happy Veteran’s Day

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warisgross:

Demonstration by Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) demanding “universal, unconditional amenesty” for veterans who served during the Vietnam era in front of the Court of Military Appeals in Washington DC on July 2, 1974.

warisgross:

Demonstration by Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) demanding “universal, unconditional amenesty” for veterans who served during the Vietnam era in front of the Court of Military Appeals in Washington DC on July 2, 1974.