Beautiful poster edited by OSPAAAL: Nixon's peace.
Despite its geographic isolation, the island of Cuba has produced more graphic material in support of oppressed peoples around the world than any other nation.
This poster supports Vietnam in its war with the United States
The posters published by the Organization of Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America (OSPAAAL) were a new expression of revolutionary art. They were created after an agreement at the first tricontinental conference held in Havana in 1966, itself a response to the U.S. invasion of the Dominican Republic a year earlier.
Given the depiction of Nixon on the nose of a B-52 and the date of publication, it is likely a direct response to Operation Linebacker (May-October) or Operation Linebacker II (December 18-29), two relatively brief but large-scale bombing campaigns authorized by Nixon in the final days of large-scale U.S. involvement in the war. The operations took place at contentious and tense moments in the ongoing peace talks with North Vietnam, hence the slogan.
Political - Asia - Vietnam
Good condition, folds
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