People Power: Fighting for Peace at IWM London

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People Power: Fighting for Peace at IWM London

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Brian Haw was the single-minded campaigner who established a peace camp in London’s Parliament Square in 2001 until his death in 2011 to protest against UK and US foreign policy. © Tom King, Alamy Pinterest

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Learn how protests for peace have shaped British history at the People Power: Fighting for Peace exhibition at the Imperial War Museum.

Focusing on four key time periods: the First World War and 1920s, the 1930s and Second World War, the Cold War and the modern era, the exhibition showcases newly unveiled items from the museum's extensive archives, as well as rare pieces loaned from a variety of organisations and individuals.

Mark the museum’s centenary year by hearing the stories of those fighting on the frontline of the anti-war cause over the past 100 years.

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Prices

Adult Ticket: From £10.00 (USD12.52) per ticket
Child Ticket (5 to 15 years old): From £5.00 (USD6.26) per ticket
Concession Ticket: From £7.00 (USD8.76) per ticket

IWM Members: Free

Art Fund Members: £5

Under 5's: Free

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Brian Haw was the single-minded campaigner who established a peace camp in London’s Parliament Square in 2001 until his death in 2011 to protest against UK and US foreign policy. © Tom King, Alamy Pinterest

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IWM London: Imperial War Museum London

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Lambeth Road London SE1 6HZ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7416 5000
Public transport:
Tube: Lambeth North, Elephant & Castle, Waterloo Train: Waterloo, Elephant & Castle

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