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15 February 2003 anti-war protests - Wikipedia
On 15 February 2003, there was a coordinated day of protests across the world in which people in more than 600 cities expressed opposition to the imminent Iraq War.It was part of a series of protests and political events that had begun in 2002 and continued as the war took place. Social movement researchers have described the 15 February protest as "the largest protest event in human history".
Anti-War Protests of the 1960s-70s - White House ...
The Vietnam anti-war movement was one of the most pervasive displays of opposition to the government policy in modern times. Protests raged all over the country. San Francisco, New York, Oakland, and Berkeley were all demonstration hubs, especially during the height of the war in the late 1960s and ...
Behind the Protests Against the Vietnam War in 1968 | Time
The following is an excerpt from LIFE’s new special edition, 1968: The Year That Changed the World, available in the TIME Shop, on Amazon and at retailers everywhere. Protestors massed outside ...
New Zealand in the Vietnam War - Wikipedia
New Zealand's involvement in the Vietnam War was highly controversial, sparking widespread protest at home from anti-Vietnam War movements modelled on their American counterparts. This conflict was also the first in which New Zealand did not fight alongside the United Kingdom, instead following the loyalties of the ANZUS Pact.. New Zealand decided to send troops to Vietnam in 1964 because of ...
The History Place - Vietnam War 1965-1968
February 4, 1965 - National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy visits South Vietnam for the first time. In North Vietnam, Soviet Prime Minister Aleksei Kosygin coincidentally arrives in Hanoi. February 6, 1965 - Viet Cong guerrillas attack the U.S. military compound at Pleiku in the Central Highlands, killing eight Americans, wounding 126 and destroying ten aircraft.
Vietnam: Students - depts.washington.edu
Vietnam War: Student Activism. Campus unrest is one of the most-remembered aspects of the Vietnam War era. While college students were not the only ones to protest, student activism played a key role in bringing antiwar ideas to the broader public.
Vietnam War protests: The 1967 march on the Pentagon - The ...
Fifty years ago, on Oct. 21, 1967, the march on the Pentagon became a defining moment of the antiwar movement.
Vietnam War - HISTORY
The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States.