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Peace movements -- New Zealand

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of Vietnam War protest material.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-243
Scope and Contents A collection of newspaper clippings, pamphlets and leaflets and posters protesting against the war, but including an article clipped from the Sunday Times of October 1 1967 by Rt. Hon. Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister, in defence of New Zealand's presence in Vietnam. Includes clipping of full page advertisement in the New Zealand Herald of October 20 1966 demanding the withdrawal of New Zealand troops, as signed by many notable New Zealanders. Also included are...
Dates: 1965 - 1972

Edward Stewart papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-271
Scope and Contents

The collection includes newsletters, pamphlets and documents from a range of organisations including; HART, Auckland Council for Civil Liberties, Committee on Vietnam (Wellington, N.Z.), National Anti-Apartheid Council, New Zealand Race Relations Council, New Zealand Christian Pacifist Society, as well as papers circulated by the third Labour Government.

Dates: 1967, 1972-1979

Hiroshima Day Committee for Peace (Auckland) records.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-244
Scope and Contents

A collection of leaflets, notices of meetings, posters and photographs of marches. Includes minutes, handwritten and in typescript, from 1967-1970; and four slides used in Auckland cinemas to advertise a Hiroshima Day march in 1968.

Dates: 1960 - 1977

New Zealand Peace Council records.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-287
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of Council minutes, correspondence, policy and press statements, and subject files.

Dates: 1948 - 1971