People Power: Fighting for Peace
The idea of Britain opening an Imperial War Museum dates from 1917. An exhibition to mark the centenary takes the IWM in London a long way from tanks and battleships.
People Power: Fighting for Peace looks at how the British have protested against war. It covers everything from posters and poetry to street-demonstrations….
The story here:
Thalia Campbell’s Greenham Common banner
Greenham Common Peace Protest in the 1980s
Peter Kennard parodied the official nuclear survival guide
People Power: Fighting for Peace is on at London’s Imperial War Museum
from 23 March until 28 August.