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December 2, 1990  The third major march, which was a silent Stop the Atrocities march, began at 11 a.m. at the Kuwaiti Embassy and ended with a rally 3 miles away at Trafalgar Square. The organizers aimed to remind the public of the Iraqi regime's savage acts against the Kuwaitis and to remind the Kuwaitis who refused to flee their homeland that their brothers and sisters were supporting and fighting for them. News media coverage was international as was participation, which included representatives of Arab governments opposed to the aggression. Participants were asked to wear the Free Kuwait black sweatshirt. Shown here is delivery of signs for the march. Inside the van is printer Sam Bassan helping with unloading. (See also .)
December 2, 1990
The third major march, which was a silent Stop the Atrocities march, began at 11 a.m. at the Kuwaiti Embassy and ended with a rally 3 miles away at Trafalgar Square. The organizers aimed to remind the public of the Iraqi regime's savage acts against the Kuwaitis and to remind the Kuwaitis who refused to flee their homeland that their brothers and sisters were supporting and fighting for them. News media coverage was international as was participation, which included representatives of Arab governments opposed to the aggression. Participants were asked to wear the Free Kuwait black sweatshirt. Shown here is delivery of signs for the march. Inside the van is printer Sam Bassan helping with unloading. (See also 2502-2551.)
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