Immense sit-in in Washington against the Vietnam War

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Immense sit-in in Washington against the Vietnam War

Immense sit-in in Washington against the Vietnam War

From Washington, journalist Emmanuel from LA TAILLE comments on President Richard NIXON’s statement on television, notably regarding the United States' intervention in Vietnam. At the same time, protesters are speaking out against the war in Vietnam, in front of public buildings, including the Ministry of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in Washington. Young students and veterans marching hand-in-hand with banners and for some witch disguises, while the police keep order.

Publication date : 1 May 1971

Reference:
I19059975
Credits:
Producteur:    -   Journalist : La Taille, Emmanuel De
Origin:
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Turnkey

Reference:I19059975

Credits:Journalist : La Taille, Emmanuel De

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