Aussie don't be led by the nose - withdraw troops from Vietnam

Garner, Grahame (1966). Aussie don't be led by the nose - withdraw troops from Vietnam.

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Creator Garner, Grahame
Title Aussie don't be led by the nose - withdraw troops from Vietnam
Publication date 1966-05-01
Contributor Garner, Grahame
Type photograph
Format image/tif
Source Fryer Research Mss F3400, Fryer Library, The University of Queensland
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Two men on back of Vanguard utility during Labour Day procession 1966, Brisbane, Australia. One is dressed as Uncle Sam. He is leading the other by the nose. The second man is dressed as an Australian soldier. Placards on utility read "Don't be led by the nose - withdraw troops from Vietnam".
Keyword May Day (Labor holiday) - Queensland - Brisbane
Political activists
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 - Protest movements - Queensland - Brisbane
Queensland - Politics and government - 1965-
Social movements
Radicalism - Australia
Additional Notes If you have further information about this photograph, please email fryer@library.uq.edu.au or telephone +61 07 33656236.

 
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