po005. Stop Collaboration Support Resistance in Southern Africa

Description:

In 1967–68 the AAM campaigned against the ‘unholy alliance’ of South Africa, Portugal and Rhodesia. It supported the attempt by groups of ANC guerrillas to infiltrate South Africa via Rhodesia in alliance with the Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU), and the guerrilla struggle of FRELIMO in Mozambique. It called for an end to British military support and investment in the white minority regimes.

Maker:
Anti-Apartheid Movement
Year:
c. 1968
Format:
Poster
Copyright:
AAM Archives Committee
Holding Institution:
AAM Archive, Bodleian Library
Catalogue No:
MSS AAM 2512/1