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Walking to Greenham: How the Peace-camp Began and the Cold War Ended

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"A young mother bringing up her children on a smallholding in rural Wales, Ann Pettitt began a movement that changed the face of modern history.

With three other women determined to challenge government policy and the post war status quo, which placed the West firmly against the East behind Churchill's Iron Curtain, she gathered together a small group of would-be marchers and set out to walk to a UK airbase given over to the Americans. Their aim was to stop nuclear warheads being launched from British soil. This part of her story — and that of the Peace-camp that grew out of the march on Greenham Common — is now well documented. What followed is less well known. Having brought the folly of its Cold War stance to the notice of the UK and her allies in the US, Ann and Women for Life on Earth then took their plea for peace direct to the heart of the Kremlin. What they found was both frightening and surprisingly hopeful."

Ann Pettitt. Honno, 2006.

Product Code: 9781870206761

ISBN: 9781870206761

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