Campaign for Peace in Vietnam
Formed in July 1967 by 50 prominent opposers of the war, the Campaign for Peace in Vietnam was one of the most enduring and successful anti-Vietnam organisations in South Australia. It was an active and well-organised group which was broadly supported by the general and academic communities.
These papers were donated by John Chandler, general member of the CPV from 1968, and executive member from 1971.
Series 1 5 cm.
Papers and publications of the Campaign for Peace in Vietnam, including
- Circular letters to members
- General committee minutes
- Executive meeting minutes
- Reports of associated organisations
- 1971 July March Against the War Committee minutes
Arranged chronologically 1968-1973.
CPV notes [newsletter] no. 1 (July 1971) - no. 5 9November 1971); March 1972
Issues of the Campaign for Peace in Vietnam Newsletters have been added to journal set at Rare Books 959.706 C186n
Vietnam: War Without End? 2nd ed. And Robert Catley’s Hanoi Note Book 1972 have been catalogued separately.