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Populated 1
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Imported 1322961662
Media Type image
Browse_path African National Congress Digital Archive/ANC Collections/Transparencies/Sweden Mission/Slides/Processed/CON0001/SHT0003
City
Keywords anti-apartheid activists,anti apartheid,apartheid signs,liberation struggle,slogans,political posters,vertical,End Conscription Campaign,black and white image,Africa,South Africa,SADF,South African Defence Force,campaign posters,politics,black African people,white African people,crowds,automatic weapons,armed,trains,railway platforms,1970s,
Pixel Size 3499 x 5294
Description From the 1970s, the South African Defence Force became a visible military force in the the Frontline States and in the townships as a part of an effort to hold on to power by the apartheid regime. Poster: Profile of a civil war. Conscripted to preserve apartheid. Volunteering to destroy apartheid. No justice. No peace. KAIROS. (Issued by Kairos Co-Ord Comm. P.O. Box 32047, Braamfontein.)
Creation_date 1900-01-01T00:00:00
Media Id 137_34
Collections Sweden Mission
Orientation portrait
Location
Branded_id 137_34
Country South Africa
Province
Property Release PR-NON
Royalty Free no
Credit Line Processed transparencies / ANC Archives
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Media_id 137_34
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Credit_line Processed transparencies / ANC Archives