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Nuclear disarmament

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

'"Abolish All Nuclear Weapons!"', June 9-12 1988

Identifier: dlpc00189
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster advocating the abolition of nuclear weapons, and advertising a peace event on June 9-12, 1988. Includes image of a pastel drawing of a figure with arms and legs outstretched, plus text in English, Japanese and various other languages. English text reads: '"Abolish All Nuclear Weapons!", June 9-12, 1988, For a World without Nuclear Weapons, "Peace Wave" Action Committee'.Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster is the property of the: Trade Union...
Dates: June 9-12 1988

International Women's Day for Nuclear Disarmament, [1983]

Identifier: ocot014
Scope and Contents Colour poster featuring a photographic image of protesters in front of a chain-link fence, rendered in graduated dark purple and green inks. Text placed above this reads 'International Women's Day for Nuclear Disarmament', 'Women for Peace' and 'Encircle the Defence Building'. Also gives instructions for the event, 'Assemble Stout St, Defence Building May 24 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm', and contact details for the organisers. The year '1983' has been added in pencil. White background.©...
Dates: [1983]

'Metalworkers - Take A Walk For Nuclear Disarmament', Sunday March 23 1986

Identifier: dlpc00194
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster advertising a metalworkers march for nuclear disarmament. Includes a painting of marching protesters carrying anti-nuclear placards, plus the text: 'Metalworkers - Take A Walk For Nuclear Disarmament, March Under Your Union Banner On Palm Sunday, Sunday, March 23, 1986, in all capital cities, Authorised by the Amalgamated Metal Workers Union National Council'.Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster is the property of the: Trade Union Education...
Dates: Sunday March 23 1986

'Women On The Move', [1983]

Identifier: dlpc00298
Scope and Contents Laminated poster promoting Women on the Move, advertised here as 'a New Zealand documentary calling for a Nuclear Free & Independent Pacific'. Includes a black and white photograph of women marching for nuclear disarmament, one of whose chain of paper cranes has been coloured in with felt pens, and the byline "You can't stop the spirit".The 1983 documentary Women on the Move was directed and produced by Lisa Prager (information from the New Zealand Film Archive website)....
Dates: [1983]