The "March against Death," conducted in Washington, DC, by protesters against the Vietnam War
Washington DC USA Date:1969, November 14 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The so-called, "March against Death," extending from Thursday evening (November 13, 1969) throughout that night and all the next day. Peace activists protesting the Vietnam War, are seen at night carrying candles as they walk from Arlington Cemetery, past the White House. Dr. Benjamin Spock is one of the protestors. A young girl lights her candle. A woman with a candle as she holds a figure of a white pigeon symbolizing peace. Men move in a line as they protest against the Vietnam War and demand the end of the war. Anti-war activists, walking with placards around their necks that contain names of fallen American soldiers.
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