A loosely unknit group of politically motivated menFranklin cartoon 8th July 1966Prime Minister Harold Wilson is seen
A loosely unknit group of politically motivated menFranklin cartoon 8th July 1966Prime Minister Harold Wilson is seen here knitting a new Vietnam peace attempt from three balls of wool one with the face of Pesident Lindon B Johnson, the second has the face of Alexei Kosygin and the third ball of wool has the face of Ho Chi Minh and the Hanoi Government.The cartoon referes to Harold Wilson's attempts to promote a peaceful solution to the Vietnam war during his first term in office as Britain's Prime Minister, with particular reference to his discussions with the Soviet Premier, Alexei Kosygin,
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|Keywords||1960s,Cold War,Vietnam War,Labour Party|
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