Victory will be ours

Throughout the Sixties there were frequent organised protests in North Vietnam. Protests occurred in the South, most frequently in the early Sixties and always at great personnel risk to the participants, who mostly comprised students or monks. The protesters were all principally united against the US presence in the country and its support of puppet regimes that were without popular mandate or credibility.

In this potent image of revolutionary spirit portrayed in the poster above, raised fists stand out against a bright azure field, a throng of civilian protesters hold signs echoing the text with a message abundantly clear: US get out of Vietnam.