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Vanessa Redgrave and other leaders, anti-Vietnam war demonstration march from Trafalgar Sq to Grosvenor Sq Sunday 17th March 1968.  I was told the headband was a Vietnamese sign of mourning for dead children.  The Vietcong flag is held aloft.  The Vietcong (National Liberation Army, NLF) was a political organisation and guerrilla army in South Vietnam which fought the Americans.
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Vanessa Redgrave and other leaders, anti-Vietnam war demonstration march from Trafalgar Sq to Grosvenor Sq Sunday 17th March 1968. I was told the headband was a Vietnamese sign of mourning for dead children. The Vietcong flag is held aloft. The Vietcong (National Liberation Army, NLF) was a political organisation and guerrilla army in South Vietnam which fought the Americans.

Filename: 70406 Vanessa Redgrave.jpg
Size: 5202x7800 / 6.5MB
From gallery: Classic B+W
Source: Education Photos
Date: 10 Jun 2011
Location: London England
Credit: educationphotos.co.uk/walmsley
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