||anti-conscription campaigns, conscription, societies, trade unions, vietnam moratorium, vietnam war 1959-1975, wars conflicts
|Themes this item is part of:
||Conscription in Australia, Public Life & Institutions Collection
||POLITICS & PUBLIC PROTEST
||Printed on front: STOP/ WORK/ Friday 18th Sept./ to STOP/ the WAR.
Printed on second page: Between 100,000 and 200,000 people in the big-/ gest mass demonstrations in Australia's history/ took part in the May Moratorium to end the Viet-/nam war./ Yet the war goes on with all its horror and / slaughter. Nixon's policy is escalation, not with-/ drawal. When he pulled U.S. troops out of Cam-/ bodia he left behind 40,000 American trained and..."
||Trade Union Anti-Conscription Committee, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1970
||F. Lack - Trade Union Anti-Conscription Committee, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1970
|Place & Date Used:
||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1970-1972