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August 4th in Washington

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Ref. No.: 232

Country: USA
Year: 14.04.1986
Dur: 27.00

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Justine Merrit is a typical grandmother – but for the fact she wanted to tie a peace ribbon around the centre of US military power – the Pentagon. Three years later, on the 40th anniversary of Hiroshima she did just that – with the help of about 50,000 other people.

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